Agrarianism (noun)

The philosophy, movement or social system that advocates the belief in the importance of rural life, the value of farming, and the centrality of the land and its cultivation to human society.

Origin:

The word "agrarianism" is a noun that refers to the philosophy, movement or social system that advocates the belief in the importance of rural life, the value of farming, and the centrality of the land and its cultivation to human society. it is derived from the latin word "ager" which means "field" or "land" and the suffix "-arianism".

Examples:

  1. Agrarianism is a political and social philosophy that emphasizes the importance of rural life and farming.
  2. The agrarian movement in the United States advocated for the rights of farmers and the importance of the land.
  3. The agrarian society, with its focus on land and farming, has been a central aspect of human civilization.
  4. Agrarianism is based on the belief that the land and its cultivation are essential to human society.
  5. Agrarianism emphasizes the importance of a balance between urban and rural life.
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