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solidarism

(ˈsɒlɪdəˌrɪzəm)
n
(Sociology) sociol the social theory of the solidarity of interests
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solidarism

Sociology. a theory that the possibility of founding a social organization upon a solidarity of interests is to be found in the natural interde-pendence of members of a society. — solidarist, n. — solidaristic, adj.
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(58) What was wanted instead, according to the church, was 'the reaffirmation of the harmonious Christian order in which workers received a living wage and had their interests protected by associations or unions--a vision of the unequal but harmonious and just, social order for which Emile Durkheim and others coined the term "solidarism"'.
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The model has long been associated with multi-sectoral bargaining, wage moderation for high productivity sectors coupled with wage solidarism between sectors, low strike levels with collective self-regulation, and a generous welfare state.
Gonzalez-Palaez and Barry Buzan, "A Viable Project of Solidarism?
Tong connects Habermas's analysis of constitutionalism with a discussion of nationalism, or solidarism, in China (pp.
While he had as a young man been won over by the understanding of European Catholic intellectuals such as "Lamennais, de Maistre, Chesterton, Belloc, Scheler, Marcel, and many others," who lined up Protestant philosophy and political economy on the side of "individualism, utilitarianism, pragmatism" over against Catholic "personalism, community, 'solidarism,'" he had come to think that such contrasts were overdrawn.
See also the sobering, realist historical analysis--and acceptance--of the central role of law in the slave trade in Georges Scelle, Histoire politique de la traite negriere aux Indes de Castille: contrats et traites d'Assiento, (Paris: Larose & Tenin, 1906); Anne-Charlotte Martineau, "Georges Scelle's Study of the Slave Trade: French Solidarism Revisited" (2017) 27:4 Eur J Intl L 1131 (offering a remarkable contribution to historical memory that complexifies the portrait of the pivotal French international lawyer known for his "social-utopian sensibility" at 1150).
Otto Neurath, one of the few socialist thinkers of the 1920s open to different variants of the common good, advocated an approach aimed 'at a simultaneous realization of socialism, solidarism and communism'.
For other engagements with the notion of "international society" and its relation with "pluralism" and "solidarism", see Bellamy (2005)

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