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COLLECTIVISM
INDIVIDUALISM
INDIVIDUAL
GROUP
SEES
HOLDS
DEMANDS
CONCEPT
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Definitions

  1. Collectivism is based on the belief that the group is more important than the individual.
  2. Collectivism is the application of the altruist ethics to politics. (Web site)
  3. Collectivism is a form of anthropomorphism. (Web site)
  4. Collectivism is a fancy word for tribalism. (Web site)
  5. Collectivism is also the name of a free magazine for Wolverhampton; see Collectivism (magazine). (Web site)

Collectivism

  1. I was able to identify what I consider to be the six pillars of collectivism.
  2. Religion and cultural collectivism share an insidious synergy. (Web site)
  3. The eighth moral error of political liberalism is collectivism.
  4. The UN embodies the ethic of collectivism, and what a difference that makes.
  5. Under collectivism, all problems are the responsibility of the state and must be solved by the state.

Individualism

  1. We are then faced with the problem of how to choose, and on what basis, between values collectivism and values individualism.
  2. An example conflict would be a value system based on individualism pitted against a value system based on collectivism.
  3. In this view, neither ``extreme'' individualism nor ``extreme'' collectivism are correct.
  4. Another widespread misconception about individualism is that it can somehow be mixed with or tempered by collectivism.
  5. Individualism and collectivism are contradictory positions---there is no middle ground between them.

Individual

  1. My own view is that a metaphysic that does not recognize the identity of the individual is a metaphysic of Collectivism. (Web site)
  2. At its root, collectivism is the submergence of the individual to an elite group--no matter whether it is called socialism, communism or fascism. (Web site)

Group

  1. Collectivism is "the theory that the group (the collective) has primacy over the individual. (Web site)
  2. Collectivism maintains that the group is an entity in its own right, a thing that can act upon people.

Sees

  1. Collectivism sees us cooperating with the team; individualism, with other people.
  2. Regarding production, collectivism sees society, not individuals, as the agent of production.

Holds

  1. Collectivism, on the other hand, holds that achievement is a product of society. (Web site)
  2. Collectivism holds that the group, the nation and the community is the primary unit of reality and the ultimate standard of value. (Web site)

Demands

  1. Collectivism demands that the group be more important than the individual. (Web site)
  2. Altruism demands sacrifice for others, collectivism demands sacrifice for the group. (Web site)

Concept

  1. This is the third concept that divides collectivism from individualism.
  2. This concept is at the heart of all modern totalitarian systems built on the model of collectivism.

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