Definitions

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  • noun One who subscribes to culturalism.

Etymologies

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cultural +‎ -ist

Examples

  • This is therefore not a "culturalist" view; it is a pragmatic one, if anything.

    On/In

  • Here Harootunian depicts Shimizu as an intellectual lured by “presentism,” a kind of culturalist chauvinism that develops when a refusal of Western thinking in this case Enlightenment is projected to imagine “the people” as a “race” untouched by the evil ways of industrial capitalism.

    Post-Anpo Apostasy

  • Here Harootunian depicts Shimizu as an intellectual lured by “presentism,” a kind of culturalist chauvinism that develops when a refusal of Western thinking in this case Enlightenment is projected to imagine “the people” as a “race” untouched by the evil ways of industrial capitalism.

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  • Here Harootunian depicts Shimizu as an intellectual lured by “presentism,” a kind of culturalist chauvinism that develops when a refusal of Western thinking in this case Enlightenment is projected to imagine “the people” as a “race” untouched by the evil ways of industrial capitalism.

    Post-Anpo Apostasy

  • Here Harootunian depicts Shimizu as an intellectual lured by “presentism,” a kind of culturalist chauvinism that develops when a refusal of Western thinking in this case Enlightenment is projected to imagine “the people” as a “race” untouched by the evil ways of industrial capitalism.

    New Museum to Focus on Sexual Slavery

  • I confess that I don't have a 10-point public policy program ( "culturalist" or otherwise)

    The Corner on National Review Online

  • If the earlier novel was a kind of 'growing up' tale, the new one is far more 'culturalist', seeking to give us a detailed view of 18th century Japan.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • I confess that I don't have a 10-point public policy program ( "culturalist" or otherwise)

    The Corner on National Review Online

  • Law Committee chairman Nguyen Van Thuan said the definition of 'culturalist' was too vague when applied to people eligible to own land and should be clarified.

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  • Most recently it has been the incumbent New Labour government which has re-embraced the 'culturalist' framework, in the form of

    IRR News

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