As I understand it currently, centrism is the stance that political decisions should be taken pragmatically, avoiding the advocacy of a "one size fits all" solution, combined with the aversion to sweeping political changes that might be considered very right or left-wing.
What I'm struggling to understand is how radical centrism is defined. At first, it seems like an oxymoron, and indeed in some circles - especially online - the term is used in a sarcastic manner. How is this term defined, and how does it differ from moderate centrism? Are there any current political groups or parties that define their ideology as radical centrism?
Contemporary usage of the term: