Definition of emancipatory in English:

emancipatory

adjective

See emancipate

  • ‘Sharing stories, however, isn't all emancipatory and not exactly an enactment of the liberal political dream that promotes solidarity based on community.’
  • ‘True, the two movements have much in common in their sheer scope - offering an overall view of science, social science and the arts, and all in the interests of an emancipatory politics.’
  • ‘Where can we store these not-so-pleasant residues of digital diasporas whose emancipatory political and aesthetic potential is less than certain?’
  • ‘In this regard, the author questions the success of political parties and revolutionary movements in addressing women's emancipatory projects.’
  • ‘We are somehow giving up on the most powerful emancipatory ideas ever created, of self-determination, liberation and democracy.’