the principles of government or adherence to them.
rule or authority.
There is no shortage of ideas to borrow from, as there a rich literature on constitutionalism and ethnicity.
If You Will It, It Is No Nightmare Yousef Munayyer December 9, 2012
He saw himself as the moral leader of the revolution and simultaneously as the necessary advocate of constitutionalism.
Government in Republican China Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger
So it has been with Protestantism, the constitutionalism of Christianity.
The Huguenots in France Samuel Smiles.
In its early days and in its more moderate forms, it sought its ends under the guise of constitutionalism.
Liberalism L. T. Hobhouse
Under these circumstances, as was to be expected, constitutionalism was soon overthrown.
The Problem of China Bertrand Russell
constitutionalism is further than the republic, because it is the State in incipient dissolution.
The Ego and His Own Max Stirner
But it is between despotism or absolutism and constitutionalism.
The Continental Monthly, Volume V. Issue I Various
constitutionalism and nationality were sneered down as idle and reprehensible things.
The Village Notary Jzsef Etvs
Even in Austria-ridden Italy, where constitutionalism was impossible, the middle class was allowed a part in the administration.
Modern Italian Poets William Dean Howells
The state-governments had overcome the attacks of constitutionalism, and seemed to be more independent of control than ever.
Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam Ephraim Emerton
the principles, spirit, or system of government in accord with a constitution, esp a written constitution
adherence to or advocacy of such a system or such principles
1832, “constitutional system of government;” occasionally also “constitutionality;” from constitutional (adj.) + -ism.
an adherent or advocate of or of an existing constitution. an expert on a political constitution. Contemporary Examples The incoming constitutionalist president is General George Pulaski. The Politics of “Patriots” David Frum August 8, 2012 A constitutionalist libertarian, Rawles is strongly opposed to any federal regulations on dry ice bombs. Dry Ice Goes Boom Abby […]
a person or thing that . Economics. a person or organization that uses a commodity or service. Ecology. an organism, usually an animal, that feeds on plants or other animals. Contemporary Examples A community formed by the unification of consumer and creator; the Met certainly never achieved this. Blurred Lines at NY Sketchbook Museum Daniel […]
- Anti consumerism
a modern movement for the protection of the against useless, inferior, or dangerous products, misleading advertising, unfair pricing, etc. the concept that an ever-expanding consumption of goods is advantageous to the economy. the fact or practice of an increasing consumption of goods: a critic of American consumerism. noun protection of the interests of consumers advocacy […]
a modern movement for the protection of the against useless, inferior, or dangerous products, misleading advertising, unfair pricing, etc. the concept that an ever-expanding consumption of goods is advantageous to the economy. the fact or practice of an increasing consumption of goods: a critic of American consumerism. Contemporary Examples Porton: Playboy has always had links […]