antispeculation

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antispeculation

(ˌæntɪˌspɛkjʊˈleɪʃən) or

antispeculative

adj
(Commerce) opposed to or acting against excessive oil speculation
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Here we would be following the example of the late Richard Rorty in ultimately turning our backs on Plato and his deep and abiding mistrust of these alternative forms of discourse, opening ourselves instead toward an antispeculative philosophical "conversation" devoid of any ground or foundation.
Whether or not Hegel still continued to believe silently and privately in his unpublished Aristotelian 'creed' (as suggested by Wahsner and Magee), and simply did not dare to 'confess' such a 'creed' publicly [11] in his post-Jena-publications (such as to protect his academic reputation and 'job-security' in an increasingly anti-metaphysicist and antispeculative academic atmosphere [38] [39]) is a question which had to remain outside the scope of this essay.
Field, studying demands for cash balances related to increased stock-market activity, concludes that "evidence suggests that tight money, the result of the Fed's antispeculative policies, started the Depression" (1984, 498).
Appendices A and B expand the discussion in the penultimate section to explore further the possible role of futures markets and antispeculative policies, and of inventory trends, respectively.
The rise was driven by off-shore selling of Asian currencies affected by the overall strength of the dollar and the Bank of Thailand's new antispeculative measures announced on December 19 to rein in rising Baht.
Perhaps Cather absorbed the populists' antispeculative rhetoric so readily because she bad grown up in a "temporary" home in Red Cloud because of speculation.
That's a very antispeculative, old-fashioned central banker kind of temperament.
This opening gambit is promising (despite the implicit equation of politics with state policy, and erotics with reproduction), yet an antispeculative tone quickly emerges.
Indeed, speculative fever was actually an important driving force in early western land and resource development, and as long as it was equal opportunity speculation open to ordinary folks as well as wealthy capitalists, it was encouraged rather than frowned upon.(329) But certain key components of the evolving legal systems maintained an antispeculative character.