Monday, 12 March 2012

Centrism: Moderate and Radical at the same time!

Centrism is radical in its dynamic pursuit of policies and solutions in general that provide solutions to not only the problems of the economy and Society (the "forest") but the individual as well (the "trees"). Centrism assumes that people are neither powerless or minors (communism) nor superhumans (liberalism).

Centrism is moderate in that it ideologically flexible in searching for policies and solutions to the problems of the economy and Society (the "forest") but the individual as well (the "trees"). In other words Centrist lacks the ideological and intellectual simplicity of communism, liberalism, conservatism etc because its aim is to seek solutions not ideological purity.

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