Origin of particularism
OTHER WORDS FROM particularismpar·tic·u·lar·ist, nounpar·tic·u·lar·is·tic, adjectivepar·tic·u·lar·is·ti·cal·ly, adverb
How to use particularism in a sentence
On the other hand, it was Webster who, at this time, appeared narrow and particularistic.
Why did their polity not break up into a wilderness of tiny social groups, each jealous and particularistic, like medieval Europe?Government in Republican China|Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger
Crawford was considered as rather more particularistic, especially in his views on the question of internal improvements.
Without the State, the particularistic, private side of man's nature would have free sway to express itself.Ethics|John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts
An immigrant, Hamilton had no particularistic ties; he was by instinct a “continentalist” or federalist.