Definición de Pantisocracy en inglés:


Silabificación: Pant·i·soc·ra·cy
Pronunciación: /ˌpantiˈsäkrəsē


  • A form of utopian social organization in which all are equal in social position and responsibility.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Priestley left his home - what was left of it - went to London, and in 1794 emigrated to the banks of the Susquehanna River where he and other intellectuals tried to set up a utopian community (Pantisocracy).
    • [Coleridge and Southey] threw themselves into planning Pantisocracy: an experimental and ideal community founded on human reason and directed toward human perfection.
    • Coleridge even dreamt up a new word "Pantisocracy" to describe their new society: it meant "equal rule by all."



Pronunciación: /-səˈkratik/
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He became friendly with S. T. Coleridge and together they planned their Pantisocratic society.
  • The result of Taylor's criticism was that when Southey began to revise and recast Madoc, he sought to eliminate all trace of Pantisocratic conceptions.
  • Bristol was to be from where the Pantisocratic plans were to be finalized and from where the founding members would board a sailing ship for America.


late 18th century: from panto- 'all' + Greek isokratia 'equality of power'.

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