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superstructural

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to a superstructure.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to superstructure.

Etymologies

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superstructure +‎ -al

Examples

  • "superstructural" state as a force promoting exploitation in its own right.

    Anarkismo.net

  • Miletus, the Periclean golden age, the Spanish Inquisition, the European Conquest, no world religion, no ruling class ideology were holy enough to destroy millions of promising brains, to cast them into the Moloch of the superstructural Mental Holocaust.

    Venezuela: The Serpentine Road from Bourgeois Revolution to Proletarian Emancipation

  • In 1989 he argued that he and his brothers had been accused of sexism by unnamed parties, but that in fact, in matters of fundamental importance — economic power and decision-making — the group practiced a substantive, if imperfect, gender egalitarianism in which masculine egoism proved merely superstructural, because the women had all the authority that we [men] did ....

    Manhood in the Age of Aquarius: Masculinity in Two Countercultural Communities, 1965–83

  • Certainly, hardcore fans of the subgenre know metric pantloads of data about their favorite slice of the horror superstructural genre, but their judgments aren't recognizable or reliable in the terms of the non-expert.

    Archive 2009-03-15

  • Concepts like 'revolution' or 'socialism' are superstructural historic expressions of their specific age; different words could portray the very same idea or thing; some words even change into their very opposites.

    Venezuela: The Serpentine Road from Bourgeois Revolution to Proletarian Emancipation

  • And he offers a conception of the capitalist mode of production as consisting of an economic base -- the economic structure -- and an ensemble of superstructural elements -- law, state, ideology, religion, culture --that stand above the economic structure and serve to preserve its conditions of reproduction.

    Structures in Marx's thought

  • And he offers a conception of the capitalist mode of production as consisting of an economic base -- the economic structure -- and an ensemble of superstructural elements -- law, state, ideology, religion, culture --that stand above the economic structure and serve to preserve its conditions of reproduction.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • It is important to realise that the national question is also a superstructural phenomenon at the level of consciousness, "feelings" and perceptions.

    CONTENTS

  • It is important to realise that the national question is also a superstructural phenomenon at the level of consciousness, "feelings" and perceptions.

    Nation-formation and nation building

  • These ruling class superstructural institutions will openly take sides against the popular struggle.

    Pejawar math struck with panic as revolutionary movement spreads like wild fire

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