Politicist

Po`lit´i`cist


n.1.A political writer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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I wondered at these poisons of the frontier and fobbed off as migraine symptoms the visual impairments of an impending minor stroke that waited until August to get me, which was around the time Diane, after serious phone calls to Bill and Howard from Ithaca, at last quit Wash U and its politicist aroma.
The common methodological temptation is to play out one reified sphere against another - archetypically either an economistic Marxist or a Weberian politicist account - without asking how they emerged in the first place and how they flow back into the reproduction of society as a whole.
The Greco-Roman model appears to be marked by the value of reciprocity, by homological, immanentist, finitist, and politicist concord.
Moreover, some unions, those of what might be called a "politicist" tendency (the South African Allied Workers' Union--SAAWU--for example), have actually linked themselves quite closely with the UDF (and, by extension perhaps, with the SACTU/ANC tradition of trade union activity as well).