nonideological love


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  • adj. Unaffiliated with or unrelated to ideology


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  • To test this, Lee looked at "nonideological" issues-that is to say, issues where the two sides didn't have clear positions.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • The Woods Fund's claim to be "nonideological," it says, has "enabled the Trustees to make grants to organizations that use confrontational tactics against the business and government

    Shooting The Messenger

  • Notice how the latter position is actually self-evidently accurate, and the neoliberal position, while seeming so “fresh” and “nonideological,” actually plays into the hands of the cynical right.

    Matthew Yglesias » What Is the Education Reform Debate About?

  • He "developed a technical and managerial, as well as a nonideological, mind-set to problem solving that would inform him throughout his career."

    Engineer of his own defeat: Jimmy Carter's "White House Diary"

  • Yes, something has to be sacrificed to obtain 45 minutes out a finite day, but creating thinking modules is such a valuable, low-cost, nonideological idea that the sacrifices involved are well worth the benefits.

    Eric Maisel, Ph.D.: Adding Thinking to the School Day

  • Over the past two decades, Chinese politics has been largely nonideological, as patronage networks traded influence behind the scenes while keeping the economy on a high-growth track.

    China's New Cultural Revolution

  • * It's not just Fox and MSNBC: Ben Smith makes an important point, acknowledging that even self-described nonideological news outlets at times inevitably function as "political actors."

    LinkedIn responds to O'Donnell

  • As Michael Slackman notes in the New York Times, "It is... clear that the young, educated secular activists who initially propelled the nonideological revolution are no longer the driving political force."

    Ty McCormick: Clash of Civilizations Re-Revisited

  • The institutional culture was proudly nonideological, eastern-establishment, consensus-driven, business-friendly, and consciously apart from the crude partisanship of Capitol Hill.

    Inside Man

  • Stewart mimics this authority by insisting that he is nonpartisan and nonideological.

    Rally to Restore Authority


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