Could anyone explain why intuitives are supposedly more liberal? Is this because they like change and can see change? But why, if I may ask, does this mean they like change in a modernistic kinda way? Why, for example, can't they be conservative and point back to the great political philosophers of past day? I don't doubt the fact that present-day government is very different than the political philosophy of the past? In other words, isn't past in a way also change from what we have now? Why can't we embrace concepts past political philosophers have suggested?
I'm not saying I do what I just wrote above. I'm just wondering what your take is on this?