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Professor Paul Secunda has identified cognitive illiberalism in various labor and employment contexts.
Arguments that government efforts to tame or suppress illiberal groups can reinforce or exacerbate illiberalism, sometimes to a dangerous degree, are familiar and accepted in other areas of law and policy.
Jarausch, Students, Society, and Politics in Imperial Germany: The Rise of Academic Illiberalism (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1982).
In our opinion the picture of the world after the 2008 crisis is more and more based on diversity, not only as centers of economic, political or military power, but also as approaches (democracy and liberalism co-existing with different degrees of authoritarianism, liberalism co-existing with illiberalism, laic with religious states.
Direct limits on spending in opinion formation would be clunky and smack of illiberalism, and the country is better off treating them as presumptively unconstitutional; but it is also possible to imagine various of the policies listed in the last sentence, at least in certain versions, coming under attack under the newly expansive anti-regulatory First Amendment.
A new axis of illiberalism might one day connect Beijing to Moscow, Hungary, and possibly beyond like a new trans-Siberian express.
My friend Denis Robertson Sullivan recruited Kennedy to the SDP, with a common thread for both being revulsion at Labour centralism and illiberalism.
Simpson's illiberalism is grounded in the conviction that the human good can be identified, that politics is primarily about the promotion of the human good, and about securing the wisest government that reason is capable of achieving.
Harris and the Perils of Cognitive Illiberalism, 122 Harv.
This belief in local illiberalism means that UN staff are reluctant to devolve decisionmaking power to local actors, as doing so may undercut the UN's ability to realize its goal of liberalizing the host country in order to establish security and build peace.
Such problems, it says, will ultimately force Turkey to face the consequences of increasing political illiberalism.
the Catholic Church] might have found it possible in time to put itself clearly on the side of freedom, as Protestant churches have little difficulty in doing, and to have avoided many of those dubious and damaging associations which have always caused Protestants to think of it as an agency of illiberalism, reaction and despotism.