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12) Though the preconditions of the Owenite, Fourierist, and Icarian communalist experiments in the United States are sometimes forgotten, Europe's Industrial Revolution and the effort to address the Social Question were the fundamental inspirations for these communal experiments of nineteenth-century America.
I think a lot of people during 1960s, particularly in the New Communalist movement, did not think they were embracing new beliefs.
In the ether metaphor, engineers found a way to explain what the LAN meant for the culture of the Xerox PARC and a way to make sense of the New Communalist values central to the institution.
With the help of interviews and archival material, the authors argue that what was described as a miracle' by Hindu communalists to mobilise Hindu masses was, in fact, well- planned conspiracy by the Hindu Mahasabha.
His object of analysis there, however, is the communalist (what I would not consider it unfair to call "cryptostatist") "anarchy" of Babeuf, Proudhon, Bakunin, and Kropotkin.
The book thus contributes to an emerging approach to American Jewish history that David Hollinger describes as the shift from communalist to dispersionist narratives.
Second, his alarm over the threat of "multiculturalism" was misplaced and constituted a bad misreading of the zeitgeist, in which he mistook the left's tactical use of identity politics for the rise of a new kind of communalist and even traditionalist tribalism.
The Russian Empire in 1913 was heir to a neo-Slavophile discourse in which Russia's unique, "sympbonic" or communalist society was celebrated, while the detrimental impact of modern life on this allegedly inherent Russian attribute was mourned.
Integrative Personhood: A Communalist Metaphysics Anthropology.
I want to draw particular attention here, though, to Tituba's resolute, erotic self-love as subtly critiquing the communalist and implicitly Puritan underside of even the most adamantly subversive 20th-century Caribbean discourses--including that of Afro-feminism itself.
Both Chapman and Dyer were married to men who turned their backs on the "people of the world" to join the utopian communalist religious sect known as the Shakers (Woo 181).
This attitude is not limited to those who are opponents of political Islam and the secularist detractors of communalist bigotry, but it is present among those who, while accepting specific Christian concerns, also recognize problems of their own.