Modern Conservatism as a World Perception and Political Movement: the Case of American Neocons and Paleocons
Keywords:conservatism, modern, perception, movement, USA, neocons, paleocons
The article deals with the problems of modern conservatism. Author offers a two-level analysis of maim principles of this wide spread in our times political and social philosophical trend. The first one is based on its interpretation as a world perception of conservative way thinking person. The second considers conservatism political movement and investigates some important peculiarities of polities of neocons and paleocons, which are the main groupings of contemporary conservatisms in USA.
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