2. Adjective. Of or pertaining to the philosophy of communitarianism ¹
3. Noun. An adherent of communitarianism ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Communitarian
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Communitarian
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1. An American Student in France by Félix Klein (1908)
"... a Transient Hold of the Countries they conquered — Nations of the " Particularist Formation" contrasted with those of the " communitarian Formation. ..."
2. After Social Democracy: Politics, Capitalism and the Common Life by John Gray (1996)
"It advances a communitarian liberal perspective as one that avoids the principal errors of neoliberalism and enriches standard liberal philosophy with the ..."
3. What Holds Us Together: Social Cohesion in South Africa by David Chidester, Philip Dexter (2004)
"Citizenship is meant to erode local and communitarian hierarchies, ... In other words, the communitarian conception of citizenship is that of the ..."
4. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography by Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1877)
"For example, it has long been recognized that in the nineteenth century American educators were partic- cularly receptive to communitarian socialism, ..."
5. Heave-Ho: Phase Two by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1994)
"On page 266 of the same book, it says: “Our communitarian concern may begin ... communitarian proponents, such as Bill Clinton, believe that sacrifice of ..."
6. Indicators of Sustainability for the Mineral Extraction Industry by Roberto Cerrini Villas Boas, Christian Beinhoff (2002)
"... influence area Reduction of the rate of illiteracy communitarian development and support to productive projects Constant Colombian Pesos $ and constant ..."