egalitarian


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Synonyms for egalitarian

a person who believes in the equality of all people

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favoring social equality

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An egalitarian theory must also answer a second question, the question posed in my title, namely "How Much Redistribution Should There Be?
What this means is, the researchers could not say if religious men who viewed porn had a more egalitarian viewpoint because they watched porn or they watched porn because they were egalitarian.
Beck said protesters, primarily men, also disrupted the egalitarian service.
In contrast man's views on being traditional or egalitarian was unyielding a predominantly unbiased behaviour.
At the heart of revisionism was the argument that the egalitarian objectives of socialism could only be pursued successfully through a variety of policy tools, encompassing fiscal policy, labour market regulation, educational reform and many others, and not simply through the classical socialist route of the collective ownership of capital.
Philosopher John Rawls, another one of egalitarianism's most prominent historical standard bearers, was himself not strictly an egalitarian.
First, Wilentz presents a historical narrative of the egalitarian tradition and American politics that originated in the Founding era and has continued through the presidency of Barack Obama.
Elitists and egalitarians are equally susceptible to evaluating people in ways that reinforce their beliefs, said Aquino.
And what is the basis for the egalitarian moral framework?
The strongest effect is found in women who combine egalitarian gender role beliefs--the belief that women and men should share parenting roles--with conscientiousness.
Political conditions in many countries presently demand that we undertake serious thinking all the way to the roots about how to build a progressive politics of egalitarian empowerment.
In fact, the PC institutions of higher education evidently praised across the board by Travis tend to be anything but egalitarian in nature.
Based on their answers to this statement and other follow-up questions, the researchers placed the respondents into one of four categories: egalitarian conservative, egalitarian libertarian, traditional double standard, and reverse double standard.
social mobility & the foundations of an egalitarian society, 1880-1940.
University professor Rajkumar Hans said the deadwood of "oppressive caste hegemony" in India has gone deep into egalitarian religions like Buddhism, Sikhism and Christianity.