Meaning of majoritarianism in English:

majoritarianism

noun

See majoritarian

‘First, the dominant principle of American democracy is not unconstrained majoritarianism.’
  • ‘This majoritarianism has combined with other features to provide Britain with responsible party government.’
  • ‘Still, there is a distinction to be made between majority rule and majoritarianism.’
  • ‘The tyranny of majoritarianism had already held them in its stranglehold ever since the dawn of freedom.’
  • ‘It is faithfulness to a complex tradition that forestalls being overtaken by majoritarianism or convention.’
  • ‘The lines between majoritarianism, nationalism, and fascism have been defiantly blurred, and quite logically.’