2 edition of Contributions to the study of instabilities in a class of conservative systems. found in the catalog.
Contributions to the study of instabilities in a class of conservative systems.
Written in English
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The Conservative Mind is the definitive work by Russell Kirk and a book no conservative's collection should be without. Kirk is perhaps the most widely respected writer on conservative politics and this book analyzes the disparity between the social conservatives and the traditional conservatives who are now considered libertarians. The difference between liberal and conservative politics is most often ideological. Liberal ideas tend to favor security in the form of government spending, but conservative ideas usually favor deregulation and free-market economics. Both ideologies mix in the modern American political parties.
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A conservative system is a system in which work done by a force is 1. Independent of path. Equal to the difference between the final and initial values of an energy function. Completely reversible. The two most notable conservative systems are gravitational and electric fields.
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