[ UK /nˈiːəʊlˌɪbəɹəlˌɪzəm/ ]
- a political orientation originating in the 1960s; blends liberal political views with an emphasis on economic growth
How To Use neoliberalism In A Sentence
- Des saluts depuis l'Espagne d'un Carliste qui désire la restauration de la monarchie en France chez la personne de S.M. Louis un XXe pour que les choses changent à mieux en Europe et dans le monde dominé aujourd'hui par le néolibéralisme. Voice from Hell
- You might think of Empire in this sense as the adequate political form to the global regime of neoliberalism.
- He credits Islam and neoliberalism as the forces that keep its many people living harmoniously in close quarters.
- Activists who developed their campaigning skills fighting neoliberalism in the 1980s and 90s risk being out maneuvered by a movement which fuses economic aspiration with family values.
- They don't believe the Government has a viable strategy for extricating the country from the mess left by neoliberalism.
- [Castro] At this point the world is not moving toward socialism but toward neocapitalism, neoliberalism, the political trend in fashion. Castro Talks About Environment, World Situation
- And yet, neoliberalism is still the only language used by European politicians to confront the crisis and to face the social conflicts that will break out over the next few months.
- What neoliberalism wants and needs is a precarious, acritical subject who displays psychotic tendencies ... a subject who is open to all kinds of fluctuating identities and who is therefore ready to be plugged into every commodity. I cite
- Without the political achievements of Keynesianism, neoliberalism would be political suicide.
- Neoliberalism with its emphasis on market forces narrows the legitimacy of the public sphere by redefining it around the related issues of privatism, consumption, and safety.