Convivialist


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Related to Convivialist: prying, elaborator, straightaway, withering

Con`viv´i`al`ist


n.1.A person of convivial habits.
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That which is not localizable in this system of coordinates simply does not register." This text follows the publication of the "Convivialist Manifesto" in 2013 (see http://www.lesconvivialistes.org/abridged-version-of-the-convivialistmanifesto).
The nameless French cardinal is "full-belted and ruddy," clearly a convivialist rather than a temperance man, while the equally nameless Italian is "spare and sallow and hook-nosed," an ascetic perhaps (5).
Even if this state of stupefaction and angry powerlessness has worsened since the appearance of the Convivialist Manifesto in 2013, there is nothing surprising in this for the convivialists, since their point of departure was precisely the insight that the great ideologies of modernity-liberalism, socialism, communism, anarchism--are no longer the cutting edge, that they no longer permit us to give meaning to the present and future.