"Want is one only of five giants on the road of reconstruction; the others are Disease, Ignorance, Squalor, and Idleness."
Welfarism in the political scene most commonly refers to the economic standpoint of welfare, which concerns subjects including reductions of cost in services, supplemental income and assistance programs provided by a government or collective body system.
In ethical philosophy, Welfarism is the belief that consequential moral significance impacts human welfare, especially animal welfare.
Universal Welfarism is a form of welfare with provisions that covers everybody. This differs from selective, which only has provisions that cover those that are deemed the most needy in society. Forms of universal welfare include universal healthcare. Universal welfare is preferred by social democrats and other left-leaning welfare capitalist ideologies.
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- Radicalism - My old school welfare enthusiast.
- Social Authoritarianism - My more authoritarian welfare enthusiast.
- Social Democracy - My more regulatory welfare enthusiast.
- Social Liberalism - My more liberal welfare enthusiast.
- Social Libertarianism - My more libertarian welfare enthusiast.
- Technoliberalism - My more technological welfare enthusiast.
- Christian Democracy - My more christian welfare enthusiast.
- Paternalistic Conservatism - My more conservative welfare enthusiast.
- Bismarckism - My German PatCon enthusiast. Good job with creating one of the world's first welfare states! Better late than never...
- One-Nation Conservatism - My British PatCon enthusiast.
- Democratic Socialism - My more socialistic welfare enthusiast.
- Social Capitalism - My more capitalistic welfare enthusiast.
- Left-Wing Populism - My more populistic enthusiast.
- Third Way - My more...compromised welfare enthusiast. I'm not sure that I like his reform, but he's pretty ok overall.
- Keynesian School & Regulationism - We work together often in subsidizing policies!
- Welfare Chauvinism - Why give welfare to only your nation?
- Reformist Marxism - I'm just a tool for you?
- Socialism - Sure, people should have basic needs, but why anti-markets? Also, some people in the US think I'm you. I'm not!
- Attlee Socialism - Thanks for implementing my ideas in the UK, but I think you were pushing it a little with your nationalization policies and public ownership.
- Churchillism - Thanks for building my theory in the Lloyd George administration, but why did you oppose the establishment of a comprehensive welfare state that the person above proposed? At least you accepted it as a political consensus later on.
- Fiscal Conservatism - I understand that having a big public debt sucks and a balanced budget is important, but you could cut other expenses instead. And what's wrong with higher tax rates anyway?
- Neoliberalism - Same as above. Can you stop cutting welfare, please? At least your son embraced me.
- Hayekism - Better version of him.
- Nazism - You with your darwinism and eugenics is still terrible. At least you allowed Aryans only welfare to a certain extent.
- Aristocracy -
Azz-kunSome aristocrats support a welfare system, while some others not. The reasons for both may vary.
- Social Darwinism - Just let them... die?
- Avaritionism - Why? And how is this even supposed to work?
- Kraterocracy - You're somehow even worse than the guy above.
- State Liberalism - So you don't care about the poor and only care about pride parades and the military-industrial complex? Cringe!
- National Capitalism - You're like the bastard above but a Nazi.
- Austrian School & Anarcho-Capitalism - Please have a basic understanding of what is and isn't socialism, and for that matter how an economy should work.
- Pol Potism - "Abandon all hospitals and purge doctors"-?
- Eugenicism - Artificial selection is a terrible idea!
- A Theory of Justice by John Rawls
- The Conscience of a Liberal by Paul Krugman
- The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money by John Maynard Keynes