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  • n. Alternative form of feudalization.


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feudalise +‎ -ation


  • Interesting things about networks that are created in the old fashioned way of physical contact sometimes very close contact, about a feudal system worthy of Habermas' re-feudalisation, and certainly not the public sphere of discourse I thought this to be.

    Archive 2001-12-01

  • The quarrel between Church and State had centred round the ceremony of investiture, because in the eyes of the reformers the most scandalous result of the feudalisation of the Church was the acceptance at the hands of a layman of the spiritual symbols of ring and crozier.

    The Church and the Empire, Being an Outline of the History of the Church from A.D. 1003 to A.D. 1304

  • Then comes fascism, and then re-feudalisation - that's the terrible thing about capitalism, it has so many previous incarnations to fall back on.


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