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Political Theories

This page lists many political theories from the real world.

For a page on how that theory is put to practice in Civcraft, click on the “X in Civcraft” link at the top of each list.

Note: This page is user-created. Always keep in mind some sources may be biased!

Political Theories

Agrarianism

  • A political and social philosophy that highly values a rural lifestyle as to an urban lifestyle

Centrism

  • A political philosophy that has two opposite ends meet in the middle. Also known as a moderate

Communalism

  • A political philosophy that one should identify with their ethnic group rather than a wider society

Cosmopolitanism

  • A philosophy that says that all beings belong to a community with shared ideals

Decentralization

  • A political philosophy that takes away power from the central government and gives power to lower government

Egalitarianism

  • A political and social ideology that says that all humans are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunities

Globalism

  • A political philosophy that calls on every nation on the global to cooperate to achieve the best for mankind

Individualism

  • A political and social ideology that advocates power to the individual, uninterrupted

Internationalism

  • A political philosophy that one nation should interact with other nations

Isolationism

  • A political philosophy that advocates for minimal interaction with foreign nations in order to achieve domestic goals

Nationalism

  • A political philosophy that bolsters one's patriotism for their country

Pacifism

  • A political philosophy that calls for minimal violence to achieve goals

Populism

  • A political philosophy that includes every person of society in politics regardless of gender, race, etc

Radicalism

  • A political philosophy that takes one ideology and stretches it to its extremes. Typically aggressive and unethical

Separatism

  • A political philosophy that divides a group of people from a larger base

Statism

  • A political philosophy that the government supreme authority over social and economic policy


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