Scopul nostru este sprijinirea şi promovarea cercetării ştiinţifice şi facilitarea comunicării între cercetătorii români din întreaga lume.
Autori: Mihai Ghitulescu
Editorial: Liviu Bratescu, Mihai Chiper, PIM, Conservatorismul romanesc. Origini, evolutii, perspective, p.198-207, 2008.
When, about several years ago, the Humanist Party in Romania changed its name into the Conservative Party, many
smiled ironically. Name changes happened before, but this one was quite special. First of all, because it came from a
party that had caused many discussions related to the opportunist character of the political alliances, so that the label of
“immoral solution” – whose validity we shall not debate here – was stuck on the Conservatives through different voices.
Secondly, because it reactivated in the Romanian political vocabulary a completely forgotten term, which there seemed
to be no point to bet on today. For the few that still found a meaning in this, it was related to either a remote period in
the Romanians’ history or to… Great Britain. Therefore, any debate on the current Conservative Party should start from
a fundamental question: could someone still be a Conservative in the new millennium Romania?
Cuvinte cheie: conservator, traditie, experienta, valoare, doctrina // conservative, tradition, experience, value, doctrine