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prudentialism

(pruːˈdɛnʃəlɪzəm)
n
a regard for prudential, rather than moral, considerations

prudentialism

a doctrine of philosophy that is prudential.
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Yet another part of what distinguishes the skeptics' prudentialism comes from the substantive values that it ultimately endorses, even though they cannot be required by the approach itself.
Both these features led directly to the encouragement of all forms of capitalization of the self and a kind of new educational prudentialism (Peters, 2005).
Kennedy's prudentialism toward resolving the tension between the
2005b), "The New Prudentialism in Education: Actuarial Rationality and the Entrepreneurial Self," Educational Theory 55(2): 123-137.
Such gratuitousness is an underrated element of Restoration libertinism, its defiance of the coming prudentialism of eighteenth-century culture.
See Table 1 for a presentation of a typology of theories of judicial review with prudentialism included].
While the articles on prenatal screening and IVF showed clear evidence of the reflexive risks typical of risk society, the articles on egg freezing showed a strong tendency toward prudentialism and actuarialism developed in the governmentality literature.
Following the policies of economic development in equilibrium and political-social stability of the Early Republic Period of the 1920s and 1930s, and the years of stagnation and prudentialism of the Second World War, Turkey took pace into a totally different period of rapid social transformation.
164) This approach therefore reconciles, in a way, the classical view of Wechsler with the prudentialism of Bickel.
The goal of the actuarial imaginary is to maximise security, profitability and well-being, but always within the terms of a prudentialism that hinges not on the Keynesian welfare state but rather on the individualised and dispersed risk regimes of the neo-liberal subject.
Prudentialism and the notion of the rational actor has also been strongly linked to correctional policies on risk (Kemshall 2006).