Thesaurus / pacifism
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In both Socialism and pacifism the essential idea is that the individual should mentally "lie down" and "let George do it."

Pacifism springs from the belief that nations do not matter, that "humanity is the great idea."

We feel the pacifism of the wise and secretive mind that remains tacit when its most perfect inward certainties are assailed.

PipefulsChristopher Morley

It therefore rejects the pacifism which masks surrender and cowardice.

There was only one virtue, pugnacity: only one vice, pacifism.

Heartbreak HouseGeorge Bernard Shaw

This indeed was the extent of Mr. Pierce's pacifism during the War of Sections.

Marse Henry (Vol. 1)Henry Watterson

It should be remembered that at the time he wrote America was still an unarmed nation, apparently ridden by pacifism.

Their pacifism differs from that of Lao-tse and of Buddha in the important respect of having a pronounced theistic basis.

Pacifism had done its best, but the World was armed to the hilt.

Minding your own business leads to pacifism, malevolent neutrality, selfishness of every sort.

The Cup of FuryRupert Hughes

WORDS RELATED TO PACIFISM

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