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No? Why would it? If anything, from the past, socialism is far for authoritarian.
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Im talking about conservatism not socialism haha
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not necessarily, conservatism is about minimal change in society and being traditional. Using what worked in the past to continue progression because changes can sometimes bring unknown consequences. Paternalism is more focused on authority, but that sort of plays a small part in modern conservatism.
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Well your looking at various divides and opinions, of basing from hobbsenian politics it may be argued the state should be authorarive and express a hard line of order and security, order and security is a unifying value of conservatives in approach to their view of human nature, Burke agues a state should maintain order in reflections on the revolution of France as a state without order would allow the worst of human nature.

Cutting this short I would assert that they have a core acceptance over security and order but being an overarching identity is something to reconcile with reflection by how they believe in a hierarchical society, human imperfection, tradition and pragmatism
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