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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about History of political thought.
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See also the politics index

Thinkers

Ideologies

  • Antisemitism [r]: In basic usage, hostility against, or persecution of, Jews, rather than ethnically Semitic people in general, or non-Semitic Jews [e]
  • Conservatism [r]: Political principles and practices that oppose radical reform, emphasising respect for existing institutions and traditions, and often involving support for the free enterprise capitalism. [e]
  • Fascism [r]: Political ideology of the far right that seeks national unity through patriotism, collectivism, subservience of the individual and opposition to liberalism. [e]
  • Islamism [r]: A person who holds that Islam should guide social and political as well as personal life. [e]
  • Liberalism [r]: Economic and political doctrine advocating free enterprise, free competition and free will. [e]
  • Libertarianism [r]: A political ideology that regards individual freedom as having the highest value in society. [e]
  • Racism [r]: Belief in the difference, and often superiority, of one racial group over other racial groups. [e]
  • Nazism [r]: Practices and philosophy of national socialism in the German Nazi Party (1920-1945) and more recent neo-Nazi movements [e]
  • Salafism [r]: A strict branch of Sunni Islam, dedicated to the restoration of the Caliphate, often by means of armed jihad [e]
  • Sharia [r]: The Muslim system of law and rule of conduct inspired by the Qur'an, the Sunna, traditional law systems, and the Hadiths. [e]
  • Socialism [r]: Any socio-economic system in which property and distribution of wealth are controlled by a community, by cooperation law. [e]
  • Social democracy [r]: A political movement which seeks to attain community control of the distribution of wealth through democratic means. [e]
  • Zionism [r]: The ideology that Jews should form a Jewish state in what is traced as the Biblical area of Palestine; there are many interpretations, including the boundaries of such a state and its criteria for citizenship [e]