Definitions

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  • adj. Of or relating to identitarianism.
  • n. One who supports the theory of identitarianism.

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Examples

  • What my post aimed for, however, is the conversation in the middle that we seem almost unable to have in this country, due to several decades of extremism in the political sphere, as well as the prohibition towards talking about race at all in our post-civil rights, anti-identitarian moment.

    Professor Radical Goes To Washington To Preview The Apocalypse

  • Because they're successful, and have shown themselves capable of reaching out to readers who hold many different political and personal philosophies, they are required to cede the editorial judgment that led to that success, and abandon their own operating philosophies in favour of becoming mere venues for identitarian argument.

    Daimnation!: The "right to participate"

  • Nor should it be necessary to make other people pay for one's own lack of the "correct" identitarian or scholarly qualifications, for one's loss of a sense of entitlement.

    'That Obscure Object of Historical Desire'

  • That is, empirical experience is personal, identitarian and centripetal; there is a central focus, the subject, in which all our experiences are tagged as belonging to us.

    Gilles Deleuze

  • In this respect, Jaspers adopted from Schelling a non-identitarian model of cognitive life, which views true (or truthful) knowledge as obtained through acts of positive interpretation and revelation at the limits of rational consciousness.

    Karl Jaspers

  • Among my Egyptian friends most decidedly on the liberal side there is now tremendous worry about a future in which politics is ruled on the one hand by identitarian Islamist politics and on the other by a populist, hyper-nationalistic army.

    The Guardian World News

  • The Bloc Identitaire is a coalition of identitarian groups scattered all over France.

    The Brussels Journal - The Voice of Conservatism in Europe

  • What options are available to us when it comes to reacting to this identitarian tsunami launched by Besson with Sarkozy's endorsement?

    The Guardian World News

  • While imposed, structural and identitarian categories may not be chosen identities per se, the politics of where we are multiply located does have an impact on who we are and how we feel within community spaces.

    Indymedia Ireland

  • I think in fact they were the years where the seeds of a genuinely non-identitarian reflection on Latin American culture and history were planted.

    Posthegemony

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