nonchauvinist

nonchauvinist

(ˌnɒnˈʃəʊvɪnɪst)
n
a person who is not a chauvinist
adj
not chauvinist or characterized by an excessive loyalty to a group
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For Butler and Arendt, this nonchauvinist understanding of rights is an unavoidable consequence of our necessary sociality (Dikec, 2012; Owens, 2010).
(The erroneous title will go down in mythology along with "Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves." "We know the writers and promulgators of the letter are basically "the usual suspects," those who were involved with the peace pastoral and the economics pastoral, those who argued with great passion for the sinking of the pastoral that had become "The Vatican's Concerns About Women." Yes, I'm talking about Frank Murphy, Rembert Weakland, Ray Lucker and the other nonchauvinist bishops who came into leadership during the Second Vatican Council and still take it seriously.