arrivisme


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arrivisme

(ˌæriːˈviːzmə; French arivism)
n
unscrupulous ambition
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Leur reticence est due surtout au fait que le secteur est devenu un champ de bataille ou se melent populisme, politique politicienne, manigances et arrivisme, ont-ils releve, appelant a assainir le secteur pour lui permettre d'attirer le plus d'investissements dont il a besoin pour pourvoir jouer pleinement son role dans l'oeuvre de developpement du pays.
In this sense, capitalism as system is distinct from arrivisme as personal goal, which can operate and even satisfy without a sustained consciousness of what others do not have, or of what one's actions have cost others.
Jacques Derrida, the philosopher of l'avenir, would have had something to say about the arrivisme of this promissory "come": "the arrival as if by an enchantment, where the poetic song, the charm and magical power are allied to kommen lassen, make come in letting come." For through repeated instances of such self-interpellation, Marlowe had returned over and again to the Ovidian hypothesis of this lyric: of a world of make-believe, where "shepherd-swains shall dance and sing," immune to economic or political realities.
Yet, Bloch's sister represents nonetheless a certain transparency and contrapositive of Jewish stereotypes despite Proust's exploration and reinforcement of them elsewhere in the novel through a conflation of Jewishness with treason, sexual deviancy, effemjnism, arrivisme, and hysteria.
By June 1960, Debord writes to Constant to inform him of Gallizio's 'sickening arrivisme' (p356) and subsequent expulsion from the SI.
She has faced up to the level of distress her marital difficulties are causing her, and instead of blaming this entirely on Maurice's selfishness and arrivisme, she has found cause for reproach in her own behaviour: now that this is so, everything will be fine.
Every basic tenet of mainstream Catholic administration in America--flag-waving hubris; sovereignty of the people; limitless social arrivisme; above all, the shunning of contemplative orders in favour of ill-disguised Muscular Christianity--was condemned as heretical by Pope Leo XIII as long ago as 1899.