of or relating to the social construct of : racial diversity;
(no longer in technical use) of, relating to, or characteristic of one or the races of humankind.
Bolshevism is, in fact, as anti-racial as it is anti-social.
The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy Theodore Lothrop Stoddard
denoting or relating to the division of the human species into races on grounds of physical characteristics
characteristic of any such group
relating to or arising from differences between the races: racial harmony
of or relating to a subspecies
1862, from race (n.2) + -ial. Related: Racially.
racial ra·cial (rā’shəl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of race or races.
Arising from or based on differences among human racial groups.
opposed to radicalism or . Historical Examples An anti-radical upon the plan of the Anti-Jacobin might be of some use, provided it was well sustained. The Greville Memoirs Charles C. F. Greville In the early months of 1886 he was a flaming Tory and anti-radical. British Political Leaders Justin McCarthy
the holding or following of or extreme views or principles. the principles or practices of . noun the principles, desires, or practices of political radicals a radical movement, esp in politics the state or nature of being radical, esp in politics n. 1819 in the political sense, from radical (adj.) + -ism.
agreeable to reason; reasonable; sensible: a rational plan for economic development. having or exercising reason, sound judgment, or good sense: a calm and rational negotiator. being in or characterized by full possession of one’s reason; sane; lucid: The patient appeared perfectly rational. endowed with the faculty of reason: rational beings. of, relating to, or constituting […]
the principle or habit of accepting reason as the supreme authority in matters of opinion, belief, or conduct. Philosophy. the doctrine that reason alone is a source of knowledge and is independent of experience. (in the philosophies of Descartes, Spinoza, etc.) the doctrine that all knowledge is expressible in self-evident propositions or their consequences. Theology. […]