- n. Plural form of egalitarian.
“My own willingness to name egalitarians as heretics, however, arises from several grounds.”
“To those 'egalitarians' who denounce our present constitutional arrangements as racist or discriminatory, take a look at the more recent antics of our European �partners� (try government by Mafia, the Holocaust, and forced labour in the Congo for starters) � no wonder they are obsessed with their �human rights� images.”
“It often happens with self-proclaimed "egalitarians" that a special escape hatch from the drab uniformity of life is created - for themselves.”
“egalitarians" are just like the majority of Supreme Court justices, about whom the old law professor-but don't hold it against him-Lino Graglia, at last month's”
“The “egalitarians” have gone so far as to class “future time orientation” as cultural racism.”
“So the ‘egalitarians’ at Harvard are really practising ‘intelliprejudice’.”
“If the weighted public sentiment (including the strong preferences of the minority group itself, the strong preferences of non-minority egalitarians, and the strong preferences of majority ethnic supremacists) is tolerant of minority groups, public policy will reflect that tolerance.”
“In all cases, the mean risk assessment of the subjects correlates with their position on these dimensions: individualists and hierarchs are much less worried about global warming than communitarians and egalitarians.”
“For climate change, the equivalent policy prescriptions include tradeable emissions permits (which appeal to individualists and hierarchists), and more nuclear power (which egalitarians and hierarchists tend to view as less risky when presented as a solution to global warming).”
“For the article that described scientists as calling for anti-pollution measures, people had quite opposite reactions: for communitarians and egalitarians, it increased their perception of the risk from global warming, but for individualists and hierarchs, it decreased their perception of the risk.”
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