anti-bourgeois

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anti-bourgeois

adj
(Sociology) sociol opposed to anyone or anything considered bourgeois
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It is a much more personal offering than Mick's previous album, I Own You, released in 2016, which dealt with themes such as anti-capitalism.
I was left in no doubt: anti-capitalism has made inroads in capitalist South Korea, where people are equally familiar with names like that of the French anti-capitalist critic Thomas Piketty.
Broad groups make a coalition of those considered to be 'Anti-Capitalism.' These groups want more government control, making big business part of and controlled by the government, and international integration.
I frequently find myself defending my peculiar form of anti-capitalism to my libertarian friends.
Now that that the miracle narratives of triumphalist capitalism in East Asia are washing up against deepening economic crisis, social polarization, rising popular discontent, and escalating geopolitical tensions, interest in anti-capitalism and Marxism is beginning to revive in China, Japan, and the Koreas.
Zinoman presents Vu Trong Phung's work as a localized version of French republicanism, with "his passionate anti-capitalism and anticommunism, his preoccupation with social science, his commitment to freedom of speech and the rule of law, his impatience with religious dogma, and his taste for literary realism" (8).
The ambivalence of the settler colonial position emerges most profoundly and clearly in Day's virtuoso critique of romantic anti-capitalism. For Day, romantic anti-capitalism privileges the value produced by concrete labour unmediated by forces of abstraction.
Atlantis Lost offers anti-industrial and anti-capitalism themes.
On the modern left, hostility towards Israel goes hand in hand with anti-capitalism, LGBT rights, and environmentalism.
However, her myopic devotion to communism and anti-capitalism made her a relic of sorts in the New Left.
For many people the idea of anti-capitalism seems ridiculous.
And the SNP aren't just anti-Tory, they're anti-English, anti-capitalism, anti-nuclear (it's difficult to know what they're for!) and would surely break up the Union, via a second referendum, should they wield enough control over a minority Labour government.