Meaning of personalist in English:

personalist

noun

See personalism

‘Yet they, too, are typical of her alternating impersonalist and personalist tendencies.’
  • ‘Direct-election proposals recognize that ideological and/or personalist parties would drain votes away from the major parties.’
  • ‘In what ways are natural-law arguments in tension with personalist arguments?’
  • ‘One way to look at the hierarchy of manners is with a personalist bias.’
  • ‘Will a personalist approach work equally well in every case?’