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revolution

one complete rotation of a body or object about an axis. Measured as 360° or 2π radians.
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The anti-whiggism of postmodernism may make it an unwelcome bedfellow for Clark, yet both are suspicious of that grand narrative served by the ideology of revolutionism.
This has not stopped you from writing poems critical of Marxists and often humorously so, as in "Joe Slovo's Favourite Joke," "The Trouble with Revolutionism," "The Trouble with Certain Marxists" and "Epitaphs.
Entellis, "Palestinian Revolutionism in Lebanese Politics: The Christian Response," Muslim World 62, no.
A further indication of Steinem's overwrought, thoughtless revolutionism (ibid):
What gradually emerges, though it is never made explicit in Rose's summary of the history of German revolutionism, is that those wonderful--however shopworn --French words, liberte, egalite, fraternite, meant little to the German middle class, which was mainly interested in unifying the Reich; whether that was to be under a republican form of government or a monarchy seems to have been of secondary interest.
It seems that some of our Islamists have cognitively emulated the six arrows of Kemalism (republicanism, nationalism, populism, revolutionism, secularism and statism) and added "Islamism" as the seventh arrow.