antipolitical


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antipolitical

(ˌæntɪpəˈlɪtɪkəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to politics or political principles
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'We will leave it to the members of Congress, to their good conscience, to whatever they think is good for this country,' presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said when asked if the Palace would push for an antipolitical dynasty bill.
He added it is also not yet clear how this proposal by Con-com could survive the political process since it includes 'bold reforms' which may affect Congress itself, particularly the antipolitical dynasty provision.
Indeed, this could be the case because online news tends to contain more antipolitical sentiment than other types of Internet content (Ceron, 2015).
No doubt this was a way of resisting Leninist entrism, but it also reflected a basically antipolitical refusal to debate alternatives.
Contrasting the activism of Amnesty International with that of the Association Franaise d'Amitie et de la Solidarite avec les Peuples d'Afrique (AFASPA), Chapter 6 shows how a political language and form of activism that had been conceived as apolitical became antipolitical in practice.
In the end, Lilla claims, because of its antipolitical nature, the politics of identity is nothing but a form of Reaganism for lefties.
A Westernized form of "antipolitical politics," to use the term coined by Czech political prisoner Vaclav Havel, is the best way forward for Orthodox Christians seeking practical and effective engagement in public life without losing our integrity, and indeed our humanity.
Enquanto o amor mundi e fundado na condicao das pessoas como compartilhadoras da mesma origem e do mesmo mundo, portando, portanto, uma intrinseca capacidade politica, o amor passional (eros), como aparece no ensaio Amor e casamento e em The Human Condition nao e apenas apolitico, mas tambem antipolitico, afirmando que talvez seria "the most powerful of all antipolitical human forces" (25).
simultaneously political and antipolitical, and thereby, hyperpolitical.
(16.) G.J.Mulgan, Politics in an Antipolitical Age, Polity, Cambridge 1994.
They surely have problematic implications, but cannot be reduced to mere manifestations of neoliberal or antipolitical tendencies.
I recognise we live in an antipolitical age, where people are distrustful of big visions.