solidarism


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solidarism

(ˈsɒlɪdəˌrɪzəm)
n
(Sociology) sociol the social theory of the solidarity of interests

solidarism

Sociology. a theory that the possibility of founding a social organization upon a solidarity of interests is to be found in the natural interde-pendence of members of a society. — solidarist, n. — solidaristic, adj.
See also: Society
Translations
solidarisme
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Tong connects Habermas's analysis of constitutionalism with a discussion of nationalism, or solidarism, in China (pp.
See also the sobering, realist historical analysis--and acceptance--of the central role of law in the slave trade in Georges Scelle, Histoire politique de la traite negriere aux Indes de Castille: contrats et traites d'Assiento, (Paris: Larose & Tenin, 1906); Anne-Charlotte Martineau, "Georges Scelle's Study of the Slave Trade: French Solidarism Revisited" (2017) 27:4 Eur J Intl L 1131 (offering a remarkable contribution to historical memory that complexifies the portrait of the pivotal French international lawyer known for his "social-utopian sensibility" at 1150).
Otto Neurath, one of the few socialist thinkers of the 1920s open to different variants of the common good, advocated an approach aimed 'at a simultaneous realization of socialism, solidarism and communism'.
On pluralism and solidarism, see Andrew Hurrell, On Global Order: Power, Values, and the Constitution of International Society (2007).
Hedley Bull's Pluralism of the Intellect and Solidarism of the Will.
5) Insofar as solidarism was regarded as a viable political-economic alternative among Europeans of their day, the claim that Leo and Pius did intend to direct Catholics toward social reconstruction along specifically corporatist lines gains force.
Quayle highlights four areas--liberalization, regional identity, economics and functional cooperation--around which the ES notion of solidarism might coalesce.
In the 1990s global order was widely understood through the lens of liberal internationalism or liberal solidarism.
This criterion could be discussed as an attempt of Solidarism to respond to objections arguing that forcible humanitarian intervention is based on a violation of the principle of non-use of force and that jeopardizing this tenet of international law, in cases where the probability of success is not secured, grossly undermines an international order (based on the absence of interstate war and on compliance to the rule of non-use of force).
This solidarism came together during the Miners' Strike of 1984-85, which was an unforgettable experience for me and for the many thousands who were directly involved in it.
As he built up the college's staff, Carr looked to Europe where these ideas were being worked out most fully in a range of movements, including distributism, solidarism, and personalism.
9) Following this is a discussion of hybridity, subsidiarity, solidarism and multi-level governance--concepts that are regarded as subsets of cosmopolitanism in this particular paper, with no intention to oversimplify their complex meanings.

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