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  • n. An advocate of progressivism.


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  • On his blog (one of several "progressivist" liturgical blogs that have arisen in response to the dominance of Traditionalist and pro-Reform of the Reform blogs), he champions the superiority of the Novus Ordo and takes issue with Fr Nicola Bux or other exponents of the "reform of the reform" (without directly attacking the Pope).

    On the state of the Traditional Roman Rite in Latin America -- a liberal's report

  • Firstly, any "progressivist" type movement might be too all-embracing and thus too loose to formalize itself as a coherent political party, and secondly, as history tells us, socio-economic modernizations are capable of delivering a deathblow to the existing system - something that nobody in power is likely to welcome.

    RIA Novosti

  • Do you really imagine that some kind of progressivist utopia would take root in a borderless world?

    Boing Boing

  • The anti-entrepreneurial, interventionist or "progressivist" ideology that dominates the newsrooms also, I believe, stands in the way of newspapers being able to re-invent themselves and change to the current markets.

  • As central as the issue of education is as the philosophy of the classroom in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next, it is not the only matter the concerned citizen needs to be worried about in the dawning "progressivist" era.

    Baltimore Reporter

  • speech on the sinister history of what he called "progressivist" thought.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • Or you could balance out progressivist policies with a firm moral base and codes of personal conduct by both citizens and their representatives in goverenment.

    Think Progress » Palin Tells Constitution-Loving Tea Partiers: We Don’t Need A President Who Is A ‘Constitutional Law Professor’

  • (Back when racism was a real ideology and not a mere member of the progressivist trilogy of racism, sexism, and homophobia).

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Whitewashing Progressivism

  • Yes, an occasional libertarian surge pushes for the revocation of redistribute taxes and an end to government regulation on one side; and an occasional progressivist surge pushes towards New Deal and Great Society interventions in the name of equality and social justice on the other.

    Benjamin R. Barber: Socialism For Dummies or: Why Obama Isn't a Communist

  • How might one vent the progressivist opinions that were such an inspiration?

    Science, evolution, and ideology


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