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‘Progressivism’ – what would Aristotle say?

The elites are taking us towards totalitarian control

18 May 2024

9:00 AM

18 May 2024

9:00 AM

Progressivism is reshaping our politics, society and economy. Are these changes evolutionary or revolutionary? Are they a passing phase or do they represent something fundamentally new?

Confronted with disconcerting change, we understandably look to history or theory for guidance. It is tempting, therefore, to see progressivism as merely a new form of something familiar, like socialism, corporatism or managerialism These received models provide insights, to be sure, but might also be limiting our perspective.

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