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Synonyms for capitalistic

favoring or practicing capitalism

of or relating to capitalism or capitalists


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As the next section examines, not only did Europeans create images to substantiate their falsified and inflated sense of self, but in form true to their capitalistically exploitative nature, they "dressed-up" commodities with these images, thus profiting from their marketing and sale.
Those who aren't receptive don't need to get my money," he proclaims, adding that, "Whether we like it or not, medical care in our society is a capitalistically driven mechanism," meaning all of us may have to go through a long list of doctors in order to find the right one for our needs.
A Protestant who lived spiritually, and capitalistically, was rewarded by accumulating money and could therefore follow a secular vocation with as much zeal as possible.
Rural economic pursuits are organized capitalistically, and rural communities often develop "cultures of complicity" to legitimate their roles in resource exploitation.
In this regard, the Church places the dignity of the person in the midst of its social policy by taking care of underrepresented, marginalized, and capitalistically idle groups, such as the elderly, illegal immigrants, individuals with severe handicaps, and prisoners, whom the public health system too often neglects.
To shore up the line of teetering dominoes, Washington made every effort to create loyal, capitalistically prosperous, authoritarian and anti-communist regimes--typically, but not invariably, dominated by the military.
Thus, the "reproduction of the commodity of labour power is increasingly achieved by means of capitalistically produced commodities and capitalistically organized and supplied services" (Mandel, 1975:391) in the form of precooked meals, ready-made clothes, electrical household appliances, and so on, which previously would have been produced by family members as immediate use-values.
Assuming, as I do, that customers are implicitly bound by Title VII's prohibitions against simple discrimination, how do we account for customers' claims that they are being impersonally capitalistically rational in accounting for traits whose relevance the state dismisses?