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In fact, the case for being openly economistic is even stronger than the case for being openly gay.
SRS 28 Indeed, that is precisely what has happened, as the "Liberal socio-political system which in accordance with its 'economistic' premises, strengthened and safeguarded economic initiative by the possessors of capital alone," while maintaining that "human work is solely an instrument of production, and that capital is the basis, efficient factor and purpose of production."
One view, which we call the "economistic" position, maintains that the decline in marriage has been harmful for African Americans and that the root cause of the decline has been a lack of economic opportunities for Black men.
My Weblog 2010
The union members are largely 'economistic' (focused on wages) and not politically active.
Venezuela Analysis 2008
'economistic' or absolute in scientific, philosophic anti-capitalism, that is, in socialism.
Most damagingly they meekly accepted the economistic logics that drove the auditing of productivity and were naive enough to believe that the introduction of fees would supplement, not replace, state funding.
Stephen Downes: Deinstitutionalizing Education Stephen Downes 2010
An excellent way to identify economistic fundamentalists.
Ben Bernanke, the head of the Federal Reserve, comes on as anything but super-confident in the grand old economistic style.
But Kling's is interesting because it is an elegant and economistic re-casting Friedman's political statement.
The need for a simplifying lens that can screen out the intractabilities of life, and of our own lives in particular, springs eternal; and with the demise of Marxism in the West, at least in its most economistic form, a variety of substitute ideologies have arisen from which the disgruntled may choose.
Archive 2009-02-01 David Hadley 2009