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- noun Extreme
capitalismat the expense of traditional values.
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From a simple tale of time-traveling warriors reviving crystals and restoring balance, to topics such as hypercapitalism, nature vesus technology, modernizations and industrialization for the greater good; the series has matured tenfold.
I also want to think that feminism, regardless of what "wave" one rides, offers a great deal more than a tired capitulation to social conformity and hypercapitalism.
Paula Gordon: Barbara Jean at Rest Paula Gordon 2011
The result is not a polemic, but a clear-eyed, heartwrenching appeal to awaken from the trance of hypercapitalism and rescue the notion of common good before it is trampled to death in the pursuit of material self-interest.
Morning in America 2010
But I was thinking more of the book's depiction of global hypercapitalism, the branding of culture, advertising museums, etc., which were much more unusual and fairly spot-on.
Here, in all its enervating grime, is the postcommunist Russia of hypercapitalism and bootleg Americana.
It suggests you are confused about what you are precisely attacking - is it hypercapitalism
The Guardian World News Pankaj Mishra 2011
You fail to accept that the sole purpose of the protests are to call out the unethical hypercapitalism that has overtaken this country.
Top News Digg 2011
Like a successful species that had driven out its evolutionary competitors, hypercapitalism was advancing inexorably throughout the world.
New Statesman 2010
Thomas Frank and others: supporters of hypercapitalism have promoted the idea that capitalism is identical to freedom, and argument Moore undercuts by crosscutting between a Bush speech espousing "free enterprise" and the
Gupta concluded "The Unplugged" with a hint about how the principle might be applied in the Third World: "We encourage the developing world to Unplug as the ultimate form of Leapfrogging: skip hypercapitalism and anarchocapitalism and democratic socialism entirely and jump directly to Unplugging." corresponding singularity in the Third World, when the cost of an Internet connection, through cell phones and other mobile devices, falls low enough to be affordable by impoverished villagers.