governmentalism

governmentalism

(ˌɡʌvəˈmɛntəlɪzəm; ˌɡʌvənˈmɛntəlɪzəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a philosophy that promotes the extension of government activity

gov•ern•men•tal•ism

(ˌgʌv ərnˈmɛn tlˌɪz əm, -ərˈmɛn-)

n.
the trend toward expansion of the government's role, range of activities, or power.
[1840–50]
gov`ern•men′tal•ist, n.

governmentalism

a theory that advocates the extension of governmental activity. — governmentalist, n.
See also: Government
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The EU's identity as an integration process between liberal inter- governmentalism (Moravcsik 1993) and supranationalism shape its foreign and security policy.
A century ago, Emma Goldman (1924, p250) named this system 'governmentalism', while 'statism' is the term preferred by Maia Ramnath (2011, p15).
(51) Ucuncu olarak, bu calismalar 1970'li ve 1980'li yillarda liberal kurumsalci (liberal institutionalist) ya da yeni-liberal (neoliberal) ve daha sonra da 1990'li yillarda liberal hukumetlerarasicilik (liberal inter- governmentalism) olarak adlandirilacak calismalarin da alt yapisini olusturacaktir.
In the early 2000s the 'left turn' in Synaspismos (the largest of the groupings that joined to form SYRIZA) had been forged through debates with the right of party on the issue of 'governmentalism'.
it will be important to assess the democratic prospects of a globalizing world and to think afresh about education and its interactions with nationalism, statism, governmentalism, and internationalism.
In doing so, Renewal has tried to bridge the yawning gap that has emerged between the exponents of a minimalist left electoral politics on the one hand and the unflinching leftist critics of unprincipled governmentalism on the other.
Inter- governmentalism stresses a functionalist logic of integration.
They engage in ad hoc governmentalism, forging an electoral demand for new programs without seeming to upset the market economy.
According to Yarros, although Leo Tolstoy's Christian anarchism eschewed violence, scientific anarchism should adopt a more "situational" ethics, namely, the position "that the ethical propriety of men's acts must be determined by the requirements and possibilities of the situation." Part of the situation was that people still adhered "to governmentalism," and hence government would have to be abolished gradually.
Finn, Jr., called "the culture of governmentalism."
Nationalism is connected to the nation (and vice versa), and in the case of Europe, many of the nation-states, are also members of the European Union, which can be described as a unique structure, with strong elements of supranationalism blended with inter- governmentalism.11 The fact is that the EU simultaneously has supranational and inter-governmental features.

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