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Adj.1.internationalistic - influenced by or advocating internationalism
international - concerning or belonging to all or at least two or more nations; "international affairs"; "an international agreement"; "international waters"
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In this seminar, different positions were held, from nationalistic approaches to more internationalistic ones, showing the academia's diversity of insights on the topic of canonicity.
There is certainly a difference here between the nationalistic public and the internationalistic, cosmopolitan elites.
Mann was aware of the profound irony of his own position, 'being rational, but in search of irrationality' (Kurzke, 1980: 69), torn between 'Eros and reason [Erkenntnis]' (Baumgart, 1964: 109), as a writer writing against literature, as an artist who was a bourgeois by birth and lifestyle, as a man of intellect feeling the allure of life, as being conservative in thought and progressive in deed, the difference between opinions and being: his opinions ostensibly conservative, 'being and style however internationalistic, intellectualistic' (Kurzke, 1999: 255).

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