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noun as in democracy

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If we could tap that potential, and we could make egalitarianism essentially truly a self-perpetuating cultural unit that also preserves itself, then it’ll stay around.

I brought up Bezos, and then asked Hooper to explain what, at bottom, fuels the possibility of egalitarianism in the first place, beginning with how he defines the term.

Merely pointing to evolutionary influences behind a disposition toward egalitarianism, for example, doesn’t show that your reasons for judging gender discrimination to be wrong aren’t in fact good ones or that you lack knowledge of that wrongness.

To Brennan, the Constitution exemplified “the aspiration to social justice, brotherhood, and human dignity that brought this nation into being,” even if “this egalitarianism in America has been more pretension than realized fact.”

Trebek’s performance as host emphasized this egalitarianism.

People were attracted to early Christianity by its compassionate egalitarianism.

No one knows where it came from—just like the myth of Scottish egalitarianism.

For a mere generation, UK-wide public policy had matched the notion of Scottish egalitarianism, at least moderately.

And how has the Scottish myth of egalitarianism survived two and a half centuries of severe inequality?

But in America, born free of any aristocracy, the arrival of modernism and egalitarianism was a far more gentle affair.

The Fair Play settlers were eighteenth-century souls and romantic egalitarianism was not a characteristic of such persons.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to egalitarianism, such as: equality, freedom, justice, commonwealth, emancipation, and equalitarianism.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.