Definition of Internationalistic
1. Adjective. Influenced by or advocating internationalism.
Similar to: International
Derivative terms: Internationalism, Internationalism
Lexicographical Neighbors of Internationalistic
Literary usage of Internationalistic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Advocate of Peace by American Peace Society (1912)
"... a congress, this time of women, who meet to propagate the plans for the coming year for the study of the internationalistic questions. The hour is ripe, ..."
2. An Introduction to the Study of International Organization by Pitman Benjamin Potter (1922)
"At all events, everything goes to show that, in actual fact, the international banking houses are now internationalistic in their outlook.1 Great ..."
3. U.S.-Japan Strategic Reciprocity: A Neo-Internationalist View by Edward A. Olsen (1985)
"Compared with those traumatic realignments, the adoption of neo-internationalistic values should come rather easily for Japan. ..."
4. Our Poets of Today by Howard Willard Cook (1918)
"... in a preface to 'Collected Plays and Poems,' that the future spirit of America and of American art would be internationalistic—or broadly human. ..."
5. Government and Politics of Switzerland by Robert Clarkson Brooks (1921)
"internationalistic doctrines of this character are inconsistent with the declarations of nearly all the older leaders of the party and with the opinions of ..."
6. French Foreign Policy from Fashoda to Serajevo (1898-1914) by Graham Henry Stuart (1920)
"In fact now that France no longer felt isolated, there was a tendency to relax, to forget the crisis of 1875, to indulge in internationalistic idealism, ..."
7. Jacques Loeb: His Science and Social Activism and Their Philosophical by Charles Rasmussen, Rick Tilman (1998)
"My strong internationalistic attitude makes it impossible for me to sign any appeal in a directly nationalistic enterprise. I am, however, sympathetic to ..."
8. Patriotism and Religion by Shailer Mathews (1918)
"Germans sanctified anti-internationalistic patriotism by appeal to their Kultur. Germans were instructed from infancy to believe in the absolute superiority ..."