Traducción de egalitarian en Español:

egalitarian

igualitario, adj.

Pronunciación /ɪˌɡæləˈtɛriən//ɪˌɡalɪˈtɛːrɪən/

adjetivo

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    igualitario
    • They'll enjoy truly egalitarian marriages, sharing both the responsibility and the reward that comes with caring for others.
    • To date, these welfare states have generated prosperous, relatively egalitarian societies.
    • He bluntly declared that egalitarian notions must be abandoned.
    • The egalitarian ideals of this communal society place loyalty to family and religion above all.
    • Sure, there were times when Australia was definitely a much more economically egalitarian society.
    • I think the union movement has to come to terms with that and build a base to say that we want an egalitarian society again.
    • Burns was a great admirer of the egalitarian ethos behind the French Revolution.
    • But he tells us later that Scotland is no more egalitarian than large tracts of England and Wales.
    • The old egalitarian ideal of striving to improve equality of outcome seems to be entirely absent.
    • My aim, in this lecture, is to discuss this kind of egalitarian reasoning.
    • He contrasts British and American practices, and shows that American law reflected the values of a more egalitarian society.
    • Membership was open to anyone, not because of egalitarian principles but through financial necessity.
    • This probably reflects a primitive form of egalitarian society.
    • In Europe it was conceived as an authentically humane and egalitarian socialist society.
    • Other studies show a close relation between a more egalitarian social ethos and closer community relations.
    • In the past, the ruling elite has deliberately promoted the myth of an egalitarian society.
    • Would you say that your struggle is for an egalitarian society?
    • A profoundly humanitarian and egalitarian person, identification with the oppressed was at the core of her being.
    • One of the distinctive qualities of Scots and Welsh politics has always been their egalitarian tradition.
    • That is not the kind of egalitarian base on which Australians would want to see their taxation system working.

nombre

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    igualitario masculino
    igualitaria femenino
    • Pluralistic egalitarians do not have equality as their only goal; they also admit other values and principles - above all the principle of welfare, according to which it is better when people are doing better.
    • This conservative reaction put latter-day egalitarians on the defensive, scrambling for some redefinition of purpose.
    • To the extent that egalitarians are sincere and consistent in the embrace of their principles, this counts against the charge that their occurrent motivation is envy.
    • Hence liberal egalitarians favour taxing free exchanges in order to compensate the naturally and socially disadvantaged.
    • Power is best thought of as running along a dimension that shapes all human interactions and social structures, with egalitarians at one end and dominators at the other.
    • Given this shared commitment to material equality, do socialists and liberal egalitarians share the same account of justice?
    • Labour's long-term supporters, ethical socialists, public service workers, egalitarians and anti-monarchists, trade unionists and pacifists, were harder to deal with.
    • He further remarked that Americans were fierce egalitarians who, despite differences of income and status, refused to bow and scrape before anybody.
    • I suspect that one reason coercive egalitarians feel that ‘the disadvantaged’ deserve government support is that the scheme demeans and exploits them, so that the assistance is a sort of compensation.
    • So there's a sinister cabal of egalitarians who have infiltrated the higher echelons of the Government, all wanting to give equality a go, but too scared to tell anyone.
    • This ideologically diverse group is made up of cultural pessimists, environmentalists, traditionalists, egalitarians, and technophobes.
    • The fact that egalitarian economic policies have no obvious correlation with per capita GDP within Europe or the Commonwealth makes a strong impression on egalitarians in those countries.
    • The first is that he is a radical egalitarian.
    • If the norm of equality does not match our considered judgments after wide reflection, we should be content to be instrumental egalitarians if we are determined to be egalitarians at all.
    • I'm quite the egalitarian when it comes to my fellow human beings.
    • It's about equality, egalitarians will be pleased to know.
    • Again, the economics of redistribution is unimportant for many egalitarians.
    • Plainly Australians have not been thorough egalitarians, but they have been egalitarians in their own way.
    • There is no arguing with a radical egalitarian on that point, so I won't.
    • Yet, such a stance is exactly correct and it is shared, to some extent, almost by everybody, including the ardent egalitarians.