moderatism


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Synonyms for moderatism

a political philosophy of avoiding the extremes of left and right by taking a moderate position or course of action

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Based on the factors typifying each cluster, clusters were labeled classicism (cautious, calm, rational, serious and dull, logical thinking, ideal, conservative, and realistic; 98 people, 21.59%), moderatism (158 people, 44.05%), and romanticism (cunning, casual and creative, sensory, absent-minded, sensitive, adventurous, artistic, and changeable; 198 people, 43.61%).
Though orthodox, Vernet assimilated aspects of Arminianism, Cartesian philosophy, and Anglican moderatism, and arrived at a middle way similar to that of Warburton, with an accent on Christian ethics and practice rather than doctrine.
It is unlikely that he would have empathized with its author's commercially-minded moderatism. By dint of guns, maps and metaphors of spiritual distance and isolation, Younghusband and his cronies such as the imperialist geographer and surveyor Thomas Holdich helped create and shape the myth of Tibet the "Forbidden Land." The story of Bogle's enlightened narrative and its belated recovery in an age of empire is of Tibet the "Forgotten Land." Stewart's book is thus also an account of the importance of archives, and of historians' responsibilities in their sympathetic interrogation of the past.
(The only other party that has maintained a similar moderate position is the Green Party.) But while its moderatism makes the party a potential ally, the party's tentative commitments hinder it from sustaining a long-term alliance with either.
But his political approach was at least as distant from the top-down moderatism of a Bukharin (or a Gorbachev) as from Trotskyism.
from family to family-like communities); (3) moderatism -- harmonious order in human relationships as central, 'natural' law of human interaction; and (4) voluntarism -- self-cultivation as a central factor in human relationships, as the 'natural' motive for human development.