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Высокий торизм (англ. High Toryism) — термин, используемый в Великобритании, Канаде, Австралии и ещё ряде стран для обозначения старого . В Великобритании последний принял форму торизма, который начал своё формирование в XVII веке. Высокий торизм часто находился в противоречии с прогрессивными элементами в консервативных партиях в указанных странах. Исторически, консерватизм конца XVIII века берет своё начало в идеях вигов Эдмунда Бёрка и Уильяма Питта Младшего, а его появление символизирует водораздел в истории британского консерватизма: «новые тори» представляют собой направление, отличное от «высокого» или легитимистского торизма, поддерживавшего движение якобитов. Высокий торизм описывали как «нео-феодалистскую» идеологию ввиду того, что его сторонники выступают за иерархическую организацию общества (противопоставленную утопическому равенству), а также рассматривают традиционный класс джентри (противопоставленный буржуазии и тем, кто приобрел своё социальное положение через коммерцию) в качестве культурного эталона. Экономически высокие тори являются сторонниками патерналистского , противопоставляя его неолиберализму, утвердившемуся в 1980-х годах. In the United Kingdom and elsewhere, High Toryism is the old traditionalist conservatism which is in line with the Toryism originating in the 17th century. High Tories and their worldview are sometimes at odds with the modernising elements of the Conservative Party. Historically, the late eighteenth-century conservatism derived from the Whig Edmund Burke and William Pitt the Younger marks a watershed from the "higher" or legitimist Toryism that was allied to Jacobitism. High Toryism has been described by Andrew Heywood as neo-feudalist in its preference for a traditional hierarchical and patriarchal society over modern freedom and equality, as well for holding the traditional gentry as a higher cultural benchmark than the bourgeoisie and those who have attained their position through commerce or labour. Economically, High Tories generally tend to prefer paternalistic Tory corporatism and protectionism over the neo-liberalism that emerged in the 1960s.
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Высокий торизм (англ. High Toryism) — термин, используемый в Великобритании, Канаде, Австралии и ещё ряде стран для обозначения старого . В Великобритании последний принял форму торизма, который начал своё формирование в XVII веке. Высокий торизм часто находился в противоречии с прогрессивными элементами в консервативных партиях в указанных странах. Исторически, консерватизм конца XVIII века берет своё начало в идеях вигов Эдмунда Бёрка и Уильяма Питта Младшего, а его появление символизирует водораздел в истории британского консерватизма: «новые тори» представляют собой направление, отличное от «высокого» или легитимистского торизма, поддерживавшего движение якобитов. In the United Kingdom and elsewhere, High Toryism is the old traditionalist conservatism which is in line with the Toryism originating in the 17th century. High Tories and their worldview are sometimes at odds with the modernising elements of the Conservative Party. Historically, the late eighteenth-century conservatism derived from the Whig Edmund Burke and William Pitt the Younger marks a watershed from the "higher" or legitimist Toryism that was allied to Jacobitism.
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