Neoclassical may refer to:


  • Neoclassicism, any of a number of movements in the fine arts, literature, theatre, music, and architecture beginning in the 17th Century
    • Neoclassical architecture, an architectural style of the 18th and 19th Centuries
    • Neoclassical sculpture, a sculptural style of the 18th and 19th Centuries
  • Neoclassical ballet, a term describing the ballet style which uses traditional ballet vocabulary, but is generally more expansive than the classical structure allowed
  • The "Neo-classical period" of painter Pablo Picasso immediately following World War I
  • Neoclassical economics, a general approach in economics focusing on the determination of prices, outputs, and income distributions in markets through supply and demand
  • Neoclassical growth model, a term used to sum up the contributions of various authors to a model of long-run economic growth within the framework of neoclassical economics
  • Neoclassical realism, theory in international relations
  • Neoclassical school, a school in criminology that continues the traditions of the Classical School within the framework of Right Realism
  • Neoclassical theology, a school of thought influenced by the metaphysical process philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead


  • Neoclassicism (music), a musical movement of the 20th century particularly popular in the period between the two World Wars
  • Neoclassical Dark Wave, a genre of darkwave music
  • Neo-classical metal, a subgenre of heavy metal music influenced by classical music
  • Neoclassical (New Age), a subgenre of new age music

See also:

  • Neoclassic (automobile), a car that is made somewhat in the image of the classic cars of the 1920s and 1930s

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Classical Revival Architecture - Neoclassicism Today
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Architecture Of Denmark - Neoclassical
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Criticisms Of Neoclassical Economics - Assumptions of Rationality
... Neoclassical economics assumes a person to be, Large corporations might perhaps come closer to the neoclassical ideal of profit maximization, but this is not necessarily viewed as desirable if this comes at the ... The response to this is that neoclassical economics is descriptive and not normative ...
Classical Revival Architecture
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