Polyarchy
Polyarchy Pol"y*ar`chy, n. [Poly- + -archy: cf. F. polyarchie. Cf. {Polarchy}.] A government by many persons, of whatever order or class. --Cudworth. [1913 Webster]

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  • Polyarchy — In modern political science, the term Polyarchy (Greek: poly many, arkhe rule) [ [http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/polyarchy polyarchy Definitions from Dictionary.com ] ] was introduced by Robert A. Dahl, now emeritus professor at Yale… …   Wikipedia

  • polyarchy — poliarchija statusas T sritis Politika apibrėžtis Šiuolaikinis demokratinis režimas, kuriam būdinga platus politinis dalyvavimas, garantuotos politinės opozicijos teisės, laisvi ir sąžiningi rinkimai, priimami sprendimai tikrai kontroliuojami… …   Politikos mokslų enciklopedinis žodynas

  • polyarchy — kē noun ( es) Etymology: Greek polyarchia, from polyarchos ruling over many (from poly + archos ruler) + ia y more at archi 1. : government by many persons : control of especially political leaders by their followers compare …   Useful english dictionary

  • polyarchy — polyarchic, polyarchical, adj. /pol ee ahr kee/, n., pl. polyarchies. a form of government in which power is vested in three or more persons. [1600 10; POLY + ARCHY] * * * …   Universalium

  • polyarchy — noun A government by many persons, of whatever order or class …   Wiktionary

  • polyarchy — government by many people Forms of Government …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • polyarchy — poly·ar·chy …   English syllables

  • polyarchy — /ˈpɒliaki/ (say poleeahkee) noun (plural polyarchies) a form of government in which power is vested in three or more persons. {poly 1 + archy} …   Australian English dictionary

  • polyarchy —   n. government by many persons …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • Charles E. Lindblom — Born 1917 (age 93–94) Citizenship American Fields …   Wikipedia

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