Pantisocracy
Pantisocracy Pan`ti*soc"ra*cy, n. [Panto- + Gr. ? equal + ? to rule.] A Utopian community, in which all should rule equally, such as was devised by Coleridge, Lovell, and Southey, in their younger days. [1913 Webster]

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  • Pantisocracy — (meaning government by all ) [cite book |title=Romanticism and Colonialism: Writing and Empire, 1780 1830 |last=Fulford |first=Tim |coauthors=Kitson, Peter J. |year=1998 |publisher=Cambridge University Press |isbn=0521591430 |pages=p. 107… …   Wikipedia

  • pantisocracy — (n.) ideal Utopian community in which all have equal rights, 1794, lit. equal rule of all, from Gk. pant , comb. form of pantos, gen. of pan all + isocratia equality of power (see ISOCRACY (Cf. isocracy)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • pantisocracy — noun (plural cies) Etymology: pant + isocracy equal rule, from Greek isokratia, from is + kratia cracy Date: 1794 a utopian community in which all rule equally • pantisocratic or pantisocratical adjective • pantisocratist noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pantisocracy — government by all equally Forms of Government …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • Pantisocracy — [ˌpantɪ sɒkrəsi] noun a form of utopian social organization in which all are equal in social position and responsibility. Derivatives Pantisocratic adjective Origin C18: from panto + Gk isokratia equality of power …   English new terms dictionary

  • pantisocracy — pant·i·soc·ra·cy …   English syllables

  • pantisocracy —   n. anarchistic community.    ♦ pantisocratic, a …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • pantisocracy — ˌpantəˈsäkrəsē, n.ˌtīˈ noun ( es) Etymology: pant + isocracy : a utopian community in which all rule equally …   Useful english dictionary

  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge — For the late 19th century classical composer, see Samuel Coleridge Taylor. Samuel Taylor Coleridge Coleridge in 1795. Born 21 October 1772(1772 10 21) Ottery St. Mary, Devon, England …   Wikipedia

  • Joseph Priestley House — The Joseph Priestley House was the American home of 18th century British theologian, Dissenting clergyman, natural philosopher, educator, and political theorist Joseph Priestley (1733 ndash;1804) from 1798 until his death in 1804. Located in… …   Wikipedia

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