Definition of Liberatory. Meaning of Liberatory. Synonyms of Liberatory

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Definition of Liberatory

Liberatory
Liberatory Lib"er*a*to*ry (-[.a]*t[-o]*r[y^]), a. Tending, or serving, to liberate. [R.]

Meaning of Liberatory from wikipedia

- The Ngwane National Liberatory Congress (NNLC) is a political party in Eswatini. It was founded on 12 April 1963 as a breakaway party from the Swaziland...
- with tactics and strategies from history: it is both a historical and a liberatory project. Historians who use Marxist methodology, but disagree with the...
- radical thesis provoked controversy for being utopian in its faith in the liberatory potential of technology. Bookchin's "post-scarcity anarchism" is an economic...
- Interview: Ken Loach about Media, Culture and the Prospects for a New Liberatory Project, Democracy & Nature, Vol. 5, No.1 (March 1999). [Ken Loach was...
- urgently needed dialogue on the crucial question of developing a new liberatory social project, at a moment in History when the Left has abandoned this...
- culture; for example, American cultural-studies advocates wrote about the liberatory aspects of fandom.[citation needed] The distinction between American and...
- ENDOWED!". newsw****.com. 31 July 2004. Retrieved 14 April 2018. "How Liberatory Philanthropy and Restorative Investing Can Remake the Economy". Nonprofit...
- Fay Yokomizo (2001). "Sudden Rush: 'Na Mele Paleoleo' (Hawaiian Rap) as Liberatory Discourse". Discourse. 23 (1): 82–98. doi:10.1353/dis.2001.0001. JSTOR 41389595...
- to go online. The phrase can be taken "to mean that cyberspace will be liberatory because gender, race, age, looks, or even 'dogness' are potentially absent...
- Svenska Dagbladet, respectively; they praised the main character as "a liberatory force." Zweigbergk wrote that Pippi could provide an outlet for regular...
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