egalitarianism


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Synonyms for egalitarianism

the doctrine of the equality of mankind and the desirability of political and economic and social equality

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The observation that the level of advantage people enjoy affects the ambitions they have--their sense of what makes a life go well and indeed what counts as advantage quite generally--reopens the worry that egalitarianism is necessarily constructed on top of controversial ideas about what good and bad fortune involves and gives this worry a point of attachment within egalitarian theory itself.
While working with Stanley Engerman on Time on the Cross: The Economics of American Negro Slavery (1974), he began to appreciate the power that religious enthusiasm has exerted in American politics in promoting that egalitarianism which he asserts is an enduring theme in American history.
Based on 265 in-depth interviews in 23 states across the country, they find that rather than espousing a traditional gender hierarchy in which women are simply subordinate to men, the majority of contemporary evangelicals hold to symbolic traditionalism and pragmatic egalitarianism.
But it does not yet follow that their egalitarianism is the source of their illiberalism.
It turns its back on the widespread assumption that egalitarianism requires a loss of efficiency, and instead argues that a more equal society can actually provide greater efficiencies than can the inegalitarian capitalism of the modern world.
First, they embraced an ever-expanding definition of egalitarianism.
His two great books, Democracy in America and The Old Regime, show how both centralized government and egalitarianism grew over centuries to change American and French societies, respectively.
The Hellenic Parliament took a historic step, passing the legislation on Sharia that strengthens egalitarianism and equality before the law for all Greek women and men.
Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu said here Tuesday that National Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam was a poet of egalitarianism, humanism and patriotism, reports BSS.
His topics include towards a liberal egalitarian normative theory of institutions, the beginning level of Marxian theory, competing perspectives on neoliberalism, property-owning democracy as a liberal egalitarianism beyond capitalism, and beyond liberal egalitarianism.
The study also aims to find out the nuclear family, patriarchal families, higher levels of education and socioeconomic status support the typology of egalitarianism.
Instead, we are thrilled to announce that the winner of the Independent Excellence Prize is Adam Martin for his incisive analysis "The New Egalitarianism.
The hierarchy factor assesses the extent to which the company values authority, social power, influence, surveillance and supervision, as opposed to egalitarianism, which assesses the extent to which the company values the well being of people and of the organization in general, the existence of few hierarchical levels, participatory management, justice and equality.
For as we argued, to judge economic performance by the standard inequality measures is to accept egalitarianism as either a self-evident or universally accepted moral imperative.
It also reveals the fact that in the age of egalitarianism and human rights, it does not make a difference to the most civilised nations when their regional interests are not affected while over 12.