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 (ī′dē-ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl, ĭd′ē-) also i·de·o·log·ic (-lŏj′ĭk)
1. Of or relating to ideology.
2. Of or concerned with ideas.
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Adj.1.ideologic - concerned with or suggestive of ideas; "ideological application of a theory"; "the drama's symbolism was very ideological"
abstract - existing only in the mind; separated from embodiment; "abstract words like `truth' and `justice'"
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13/15.10.1953; Victor Iliu, "Pentru ridicarea nivelului ideologic [section]i al maestriei artistice in productia de filme, Referat la Consfatuirea muncitorilor, artistilor, tehnicienilor activistilor din cinematografie", martie 1953, in: Probleme de cinematografie, nr.
"Mennel Ibtissem has a beautiful voice but must review her ideologic foundations before making vibrate the hearts of the people.
Duterte is more pragmatic than ideologic, she said.
Likewise, from the above, histories of the social movements and worker's parties, communist parties arose; these were always sweet apologies of a history of interests, ambitions, struggles, presented in the best possible "Hegelian" style, though not very imaginative, as simple uninterested discussions around "right ideas" and "ideologic positions," which, purportedly, did not seek anything different from the victory of the "final cause," and which did not "touch" the realm of material interests of the struggles between the bureaucracies of the communist parties and inside the "Father Party" in particular.
The policy has been rescinded and enforced periodically since 1984, based on the ideologic slant of successive U.S.
2 RAGNAR JOHNSON ASSISTED BY JESSICA MAYER, SACRED FLUTE MUSIC FROM NEW GUINEA: MANDANG/WINDIM MAMBU (Ideologic Organ/Editions Mego) This rare rerelease of sacred flute recordings carries a potent magic.
A doua ipoteza - electoratul judeca ideologic, iar voturile celor care se confrunta cu problema somajului se vor duce spre partidele de stanga.
Antoine Louis Claude Destutt, Comte de Tracy (1754-1836) was a French aristocrat of Scottish descent, philosopher and economist, who is best known for having coined the term ideologic for the science of ideas (Chisholm, 1911, p.
The readers' activity produces what Palmer calls "embedded narratives" in his first book and "cognitive narratives" in his second book (Social Minds 11-12): "the total perceptual and cognitive viewpoint, ideologic worldview, memories of the past, and the set of beliefs, desires, intentions, motives, and plans for the future of each character in the story as presented in the discourse" (11).