reformism
noun Date: 1904 a doctrine, policy, or movement of reform • reformist noun or adjective

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  • reformism — REFORMÍSM s.n. 1. Atitudine politică bazată pe propagarea (propaga) reformelor. 2. Curent politic care preconizează progresul şi schimbările în societate numai pe calea reformelor. – Din fr. réformisme. Trimis de IoanSoleriu, 13.09.2007. Sursa:… …   Dicționar Român

  • reformism — [ri fôr′miz΄əm] n. the practice or advocacy of reform, esp. political or social reform reformist n., adj. * * * re·form·ism (rĭ fôrʹmĭz əm) n. A doctrine or movement of reform.   re·formʹist n. * * * …   Universalium

  • reformism — [ri fôr′miz΄əm] n. the practice or advocacy of reform, esp. political or social reform reformist n., adj …   English World dictionary

  • Reformism — Socialist Reformism is the belief that gradual democratic changes in a society can ultimately change a society s fundamental economic relations and political structures. This belief grew out of opposition to revolutionary socialism, which… …   Wikipedia

  • reformism — [[t]rɪfɔ͟ː(r)mɪzəm[/t]] N UNCOUNT Reformism is the belief that a system or law should be reformed …   English dictionary

  • reformism — reformist ► ADJECTIVE ▪ supporting or advocating gradual reform rather than abolition or revolution. ► NOUN ▪ a supporter or advocate of such a policy. DERIVATIVES reformism noun …   English terms dictionary

  • reformism — noun Any of several movements that promote reform …   Wiktionary

  • reformísm — s. n …   Romanian orthography

  • reformism — re·form·ism …   English syllables

  • reformism — /rəˈfɔmɪzəm/ (say ruh fawmizuhm), /ˈrɛfəmɪzəm/ (say refuhmizuhm) noun the policy of bringing about reform within the means and limitations of the existing system of government, usually without radically changing the current political system …   Australian English dictionary

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