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Synonyms for traditionalism

strict adherence to traditional methods or teachings

adherence to tradition (especially in cultural or religious matters)

the doctrine that all knowledge was originally derived by divine revelation and that it is transmitted by traditions

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The ACT scale measures the three primary components of RWA: Authoritarianism, Conservatism, and Traditionalism.
Modern Orthodox Judaism commands special attention precisely because it illuminates the course of how a specific manifestation of religious traditionalism has evolved on American shores during the last two hundred years.
Viereck states, as Starliper explains, that the imagination can produce an eloquent reality only from within the vigorous traditionalism of a historically conditioned community.
The central motifs of religious traditionalism are problematized in Chapter One.
Putin's lauded Russian values centered on traditionalism, while he excoriated the West for turning away from Christian values to embrace globalization, multiculturalism and a politically correct focus on the rights of sexual minorities and one-gender families, the Washington Times reports.
Pope Benedict XVI's place in the history of the Roman Catholic Church could be predicted from the moment he was elected in 2005: He would buttress the power of John Paul II's charismatic traditionalism with the authority of his theological scholarship.
Results of this study indicated that (a) the value of cultivation of good virtues (benevolence, humanity, and a sense of justice) was positively related to attitudes toward people with intellectual disabilities and (b) the values of social traditionalism and cultural inwardness (a value that endorses cultural superiority/intolerance) were correlated with negative attitudes toward people with intellectual disabilities (Hampton & Xiao, 2009).
Thus this is not an Islam-West clash, but a close encounter between traditionalism and non-traditionalism of the most uncomfortable kind.
The story is told in Mark Sedgwick's Against the Modern World: Traditionalism and the Secret Intellectual History of the Twentieth Century.
Figures, published Thursday on Yedioth Ahronoth website, showed that the secular Jews dropped to 43 percent from 46 percent and rightist-religious traditionalism to 32 percent from 33 percent.
This identification is so compelling that a reader might conclude that the personalities, think tanks and publishing outlets associated with that traditionalism (which in its foundational writings as penned by Richard Weaver and Russell Kirk harks back to the medievalist worldview that preceded the modern age) have been far and away the preeminent intellectual elite of the post-World War II American Right.
All the (Scholarly) Air Is His Diocese': John Shawcross, His Intentionality and the New Traditionalism.
We have raised our children to be proud of themselves, their traditions, their country -- so they have this strong traditionalism but at the same time they were raised to be connected to the world, to strive and have a position in it," Dr Rima Sabban, a sociologist at Zayed University, said.
Applying aesthetic traditionalism to Conceptual art will fail because aesthetic traditionalism rejects Conceptual art.
James, deeply immersed in traditionalism, found itself face-to-face with an American pastor prone to change.