apoliticism


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apoliticism

(ˌeɪpəˈlɪtɪsɪzəm) or

apoliticality

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the quality of being apolitical
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The Politics of Apoliticism: Political Trials in Vichy France, 1940-1942
By way of argument the writer seems to be advocating the introduction of independence and apoliticism of bureaucracy by the incoming Imran Khan government.
As an early member told me, they are fed up with the Balinese people's passivity, enforced apoliticism and the government's sales policy.
The FCF called upon the right-leaning faithful to overcome apoliticism, "to match the demands of faith with the pressures seemingly inherent in the political arena" and to overcome the "almost instinctive reaction [...] to hide from political responsibility lest one contradicts the call of holiness." (11) And like Brazil's conservative Catholics and its staunchest authoritarians (Cowan 2016a; 2016b), Weyrich and the FCF popularized the central goal of fighting the "leftward drift" of the Catholic Church and of Christians in general.
In 1960s Japan, Suga and other artists affiliated with Mono-ha were accused of apoliticism by fellow classmates caught up in the era's turbulent student protests (catalyzed, in part, by a renewal of the US-Japan Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security in 1960).
Much has been made of the KOL'S distaste for politics, but too many commentators incorrectly conflate non-partisanship with apoliticism. British Knights made alliances with officials such as Liberal MP Robert Bontine Cunnighame Graham, or elected their own to various national and local offices.
Elaw is a clue to a hidden strand of Protestant apoliticism. Once again, this goes back to Luther, although Luther himself was only reviving a strand of Christian political theology that goes back to St.
The churches that emerged from the Protestant missions inherited an apoliticism that prevented them from clearly appreciating their role in the processes of democratization and social change that nevertheless took place in the decades that followed.
The office's number-crunching abilities are respected precisely because of its strict adherence to apoliticism. It's that history of neutrality that makes the office's report on the GOP healthcare plan so important - it will help cut through the rhetoric and claims made by Republicans and Democrats, and provide objective estimates about cost and coverage that will serve as a starting point for the coming healthcare debate.
Rabil, Robert G., Salafism in Lebanon: From Apoliticism to Transnational Jihadism, Georgetown University Press, Washington d.
However, if this apoliticism applies to the human youth subcultures that form the backdrop for the action in Clare's and Marr's books, these texts are concerned precisely with the political machinations of the supernatural realm into which their girl protagonists are drawn.