Isolationism

Disciplines: Philosophy, Political Science

In aesthetics, the doctrine that a work of art can be appreciated independently of its cultural background, the circumstances of its production, the artist's intentions, and so on (also see: contextualism).

In politics, the doctrine that a nation's (or some particular nation's) interests are best served by minimizing its interference in affairs outside its own borders, or outside some specified sphere of interest.

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