civicism

civicism

(ˈsɪvɪˌsɪzəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the principle of civil government

civicism

the doctrine that all citizens have the same rights and obligations.
See also: Politics
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The notion of 'civicism' captures the essence of the urban communitarian critique, namely that sense of urban spirit, pride and ethos that is found (and ought to be fostered) in cities.
In Hundertwasserhaus, civicism is expressed through different elements of the spirit of Vienna as Hundertwasser understood it.
How far they successfully frame Vienna's spirit is debatable; what is important is that civicism is integral to the five-skinned urban Socio-Ecological Self.
Defined as "a sense of community rooted in particularity", an ethos is the core of the feeling of urban pride that the authors term "civicism".
This brings Prousis to a fuller consideration of literary responses to the Greek revolt, particularly those of the Decembrist civicism of Fedor Glinka, Vladimir Raevskii, and the foremost citizen-poet, Kondratii Ryleev.
The Mexican middle class, during its spurt of civicism, tried to ensure the election's credibility and was foiled.