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metapolitics

(ˌmɛtəˈpɒlɪtɪks)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (functioning as singular) political theory: often used derogatorily
metapolitical adj
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(89.) Roberta Romano, Metapolitics and Corporate Law Reform, 36
In contrast with this, meta- can actually be traced back in history in a way explaining how constructions like metamathematics, metacommunication, meta-analysis (metanalysis*), metapolitics, metaphrastic, metamorphize, metaphor, metathesis, metamorphism, or metamorphosis have come up.
(12.) See, e.g., Roberta Romano, Metapolitics and Corporate Law
Unlike other policy fields, media policy is "metapolitics" (Sarcinelli, 2009, p.
Two concepts began at this time to crystallise within the New Right: first, socalled 'metapolitics'--the definition of principles able to form the basis of political decision-making; second, right-wing 'cultural hegemony' or quasi-Gramscian capture of the 'pre-political field'.
Romano, "Metapolitics and Corporate Law Reform" (1984) 36:4
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"The Metapolitics of the 2002 Iraq Debate: Public Policy and the Network Imaginary." Rhetoric and Public Affairs 13: 65-94.
Viereck, Peter [1941] 1965 Metapolitics: The Roots of the Nazi Mind.
In his later works Marxism falls under the heading of what he views critically as 'metapolitics', where the truth of politics is said to be somehow outside politics--for example, in the dynamics and contradictions of the capitalist economy--a way of thinking about politics that contributed to the past failures of communism and the disasters of the party-state.
"Hawthorne in the Custom-House: The Metapolitics, Postpolitics, and Politics of The Scarlet Letter." Boundary 2: An International Journal of Literature and Culture 32.1 (2005): 53-70.