Definition of Fabianism in English:

Fabianism

Pronunciation /ˈfābēəˌnizəm/ /ˈfeɪbiəˌnɪzəm/

noun

See Fabian

‘Kier Hardie, the founder of the Independent Labour Party, is praised for steering ‘British socialism away from Marxism and egg-headed Fabianism.’’
  • ‘Those who struggle to understand the differences between Marxism and socialism, Fabianism and secularism might not be any clearer in their understanding after reading this book.’
  • ‘What we oppose is statism, whether it's called Bolshevism, National Socialism, Fascism, Fabianism, or New Dealism.’
  • ‘A perfectly bilingual man torn between his French paternal and Scottish maternal lineages, Trudeau was deeply influenced both by Harold Laski's Fabianism and the personalism of Jacques Maritain and Emmanuel Mounier.’
  • ‘Committed to Fabianism and social reform, they envisaged a school devoted to the teaching of and research into the social sciences.’