from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Belief in or support of the economic or political unification of Europe.
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- n. a word or phrase only used in Europe, or having a special meaning there
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or condition of being European or Europeanized; European character, or inclination toward that which is European.
Nor are Europeans thrilled about the American values they feel Mr. Bush has encouraged, in which anti-Europeanism is applauded as a virtue, people boycott French wine in protest at the French position on Iraq and Senator Kerry is ridiculed by the Republicans for being able to speak French.
Their highest power was connoted by the word Europeanism, which stood for a supposed feeling of solidarity among all the peoples of the old Continent, and for a certain respect for the treaties on which the state-system reposed.
The new version of post-Marxist collectivism wants privileges for organized groups, and "in consequence, a refeudalization of society …, multiculturalism, feminism, apolitical technocratism (based on the resentment against politics and politicians), internationalism (and especially its European variant called Europeanism) and a rapidly growing phenomenon I call NGOism."
It's worse than Steyn states, in that 'Europeanism' is a threat to Europeans
I don't know if 'Europeanism' exists, but anti-Europeanism certainly seems to ... hennesli
Indeed, the first stirrings of Egyptian nationalism took the form of a protest against the noxious, parasitical "Europeanism" of Khedive Ismail and his courtiers.
"Europeanism" and surrounded himself with Europeans.
I don't foresee that pre-existing national identities can or should disappear completely, but there could be another layer of "Europeanism" added on top of this: Europe as a cultural alliance rather than as a single nation. put it: "Wouldn't it be ironic if the Multicultural regime imposed by the EU and the UN actually produced that which it fears the most?
Murphy will argue that "the current divide ... on defence that distinguishes between pro Europeanism and Atlanticism is unsustainable and unsuited to modern times."
For the past four decades, "Europeanism" has been an amalgam of Keynesian economics, bureaucratic centralization, and welfarism, corporate and social.
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