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What do you mean by "neoliberal globalist"?
Could you clarify this paradox by providing the definitions that you think pertain to your post?
Are we not bogged down with a "conceptual mode" that you have yet to define?

I can get what "globalist" means by a book written by Jagdish Bhagwati. But no one has provided any concept that is understandable to myself about neoliberalism. Even here I see it used to describe everything including simple microeconomics.

Is this just a pleonasm? Or is it just a technique at propaganda that confuses and confounds individuals through a process of paradox and contradiction.

How do you conceptualize these ideas?

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by Ronald Rutherford (rdrradio1 -at- msn -dot- com) on Wed Apr 11th, 2007 at 05:42:26 PM EST
Neoliberalism is quite a frequently used term in Europe. It is simply the name of an ideology, like "liberalism", "conservatism" or "socialism". The meaning of the terms might (as any concept) differ somewhat. If you read german, german wikipedia has an excellent page on Neoliberalismus.

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by A swedish kind of death on Wed Apr 11th, 2007 at 09:04:56 PM EST
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Neoliberalism is even more used in Latin America.

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by DoDo on Thu Apr 12th, 2007 at 05:43:22 AM EST
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