De revolte van nieuwrechts: neoconservatisme en postprogressieve politiek

Translated title of the contribution: The revolt of the New Right: Neoconservatism and postprogressive politics

M. Oudenampsen

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    [Article in Dutch] "In the last decade, the Netherlands has experienced a conservative backlash against the progressive consensus emenating from the sixties and seventies. A backlash, however, that is paradoxical and ambiguous in its nature. On the basis of Pim Fortuyn’s writing I argue that the Dutch New Right has developed a new, mutated form of conservatism - inspired on American neoconservatism - that distinguishes itself by the incorporation of important progressive attainments: women’s rights, gay rights, individualism and secularism. While on other terrains – law & order, the environment, culture, internationalism, the work ethic - the former progressive consensus is actively contested and undermined. To qualify the content of this new conservative politics, I propose to use the term postprogressive politics."
    Original languageDutch
    Pages (from-to)72-88
    Number of pages16
    JournalKrisis: Tijdschrift voor filosofie
    Volume1
    Publication statusPublished - May 2013

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    De revolte van nieuwrechts : neoconservatisme en postprogressieve politiek. / Oudenampsen, M.

    In: Krisis: Tijdschrift voor filosofie, Vol. 1, 05.2013, p. 72-88.

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