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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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collectivismcol‧lec‧tiv‧is‧m /kəˈlektɪvɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  PPPa political system in which all businesses, farms etc are owned by the governmentcollectivist adjective
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collectivismBut collectivism can come in many forms.Modernity, then, is incurably materialistic but it can look towards either collectivism or individualism.For Oakeshott, modern collectivism is not to be traced to Hobbesian authoritarianism.A tradition implies continuity, and the historical origins of collectivism have been traced in a variety of ways.There is developed a keen and sensitive collectivism of emotion, of thought, and of will-power.Thus collectivism has historical roots in religious or intellectual ideals, and in communal social practices.Linked to egalitarianism and associated with many of the same writers and thinkers has been the drift to collectivism.
From Longman Business Dictionarycollectivismcol‧lec‧tiv‧is‧m /kəˈlektɪvɪzəm/ noun [uncountable] ECONOMICS when the state plans and controls the economy of a country and owns the means of production and distributionThe Labour Party has moved away from its traditional objectives of public ownership, trade union bargaining rights, and collectivism.collectivist adjective [only before a noun]the post-war collectivist welfare state
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