Familist


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Familist

(ˈfæmɪlɪst)
n
(Christian Churches, other) a member of the Family of Love, a mystical Christian religious sect of the 16th and 17th centuries based upon love
ˈFamiˌlism n
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The familist type carries the characteristic of having both partners deeply engaged in the domestic sphere, in other words, they have careers, but the priority is related to home, in case they need to choose.
In 1998, Italian scholar Giorgio Mangani suggested that the heart shape represented ideas of religious tolerance and the maps were hermetic allegories of Brotherly, or Familist, Love.
L'image creee sur le couple qu'ils forment est importante pour lui: <<JUPIN DUMITRACHE: Eu am ambit, domnule, cind e vorba la o adica de onoarea mea de familist .
In 1982, in the wake of a national debate about abortion law in the UK, Michele Barrett and Mary McIntosh argued that abortion was an indexical issue, providing 'a litmus test of how well--to put it crudely--feminist and socialist views are bearing up against religious and familist forces'.
In short, what is broken is a widely collusive solidarity between politics and economics, and of which the relationship between Craxi the politician and Berlusconi the entrepreneur furnishes an examplary case: a solidarity that counted utmost, being oligarchic, familist, and rampant.
22) observes, "the recourse to the market constitutes a new organizational formula within which the old familist model is reproduced, based on the self-determination of families and on the still residual role of public services.
Moreover, their membership to the Familist religious sect, the "Family of Love," well-known for is associations with licentiousness, clearly associates the Mulligrubs' house and tavern with Franceschina's brothel, which Cocledemoy designates at the opening of the play as "a house of salvation," "the Family of Love" (1.
21) Rogers claimed that the principal English Familist, Christopher Vittel, could be found 'trudging about the country', homeless and vagrant (D4v); and he connected Familism with the 'abhominations' of 'Munster' (A5r), concluding that 'in many thinges their doctrine in Munster and the Familie in England do agree' (B5r).
Omul e familist si serios, nu-si uita indatoririle: se duce-n fiecare zi la munca si anunta civilizat, cu buzduganul, cand vine acasa.
Likewise, happy and deliberate ignorance of the mysteries of the unconscious allows Brancati to concoct an Italian story in which the picklock of lust accesses truth more profoundly than a morally listless and familist society.
Traditional familist meanings of intimate life, while continuing to be powerfully influential in my participants' lives, are adapted to and set off against an individualistic cultural logic (5) of autonomy and self-fulfillment.

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