Meaning of liberalistic in English:


Pronunciation /ˌlɪb(ə)rəˈlɪstɪk/


See liberalism

‘The main plank in the program is to abolish the liberalistic concept of the individual.’
  • ‘This is by its very nature a liberalistic ideology.’
  • ‘Such economic goals tend to go hand in hand with liberalistic social goals.’
  • ‘This is a conception that also can be found in liberalistic theories.’
  • ‘America fell heir to the liberalistic system which Europe had fostered.’
  • ‘National legal systems range from particularly 'protective' schemes to very 'liberalistic' ones.’
  • ‘Can we find a framework of values that could be shared by both the defenders and critics of the materialistic, economic and liberalistic approach?’