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Traditionalism is the adherence to traditional beliefs or practices. It may also refer to:
Religion and spirituality
- Traditionalism (Catholicism), a 19th-century movement
- Traditionalist Catholic or Traditionalism, a modern movement that rejects the reforms of the Second Vatican Council (1962–65)
- Traditionalism (Islam), an early Islamic movement advocating reliance on the prophetic traditions (hadith)
- Traditionalist Theology (Islam), called Traditionalism by some, a modern movement that rejects rationalistic theology (kalam)
- Traditionalist School, also called Traditionalism, a 20th-century movement concerned with the perceived demise of Western knowledge
- Traditionalist conservatism, also known as Traditionalism, a post-World War II American political philosophy
- Carlism, a 19th–20th century Spanish political movement also called Traditionalism
- Traditionalist School (architecture), also called Traditionalism, a movement in early 20th-century Dutch architecture
- Traditionalism Revisited, a 1957 album by American jazz musician Bob Brookmeyer
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