LIBERALISM

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The strand of liberalism dating from the 18th century is known as
Classical Liberalism
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An elite cultural movement of intellectuals in the 18th century which promoted universal reason and opposed intolerance
Enlightenment
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The belief that knowledge flows from reason and logic
Rationalism
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A doctrine used to refer to the period of free-market capitalism
Laissez-faire
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One of the most important core values of Liberalism
Individualism
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The philosopher that advocates that individuals should be free as long as they do not cause harm to others
Mill
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Individuals should be left free from interference from the state
Negative Freedom
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The state should intervene to provide welfare
Positive Freedom
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Liberalism agrees that all individuals are born
Equal
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Inequalities of wealth and social position solely reflect the unequal distribution of merit
Meritocracy
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An elite cultural movement of intellectuals in the 18th century which promoted universal reason and opposed intolerance

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