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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Interventionism
The most common applications of the term are for economic interventionism (a state's intervention in its own economy) and foreign interventionism (a state's intervention in the affairs of another nation).
Interventionism, when discussing the practice of medicine, is generally a derogatory term used by critics of a medical model in which patients are viewed as passive recipients receiving external treatments provided by the physician that have the effect of prolonging life.
Interventionism is carachterized by the government being larger than its by libertarians accepted functions, that is, government being involved in the economy through taxation or regulation.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Interventionism   (230 words)

 Economic interventionism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Economic interventionism is a term used to describe activity undertaken by a central government to affect a country's economy in an attempt to increase economic growth.
Economic interventionism is seen as a feature primarily of left-wing governments which seek to establish or maintain a significant degree of public control over the economy, usually on the theory that central coordination or state assistance is beneficial or that market forces are not sufficient to produce good outcomes.
Economic interventionism is also perceived in highly conservative or authoritarian administrations which believe that the state has a responsibility to manage and direct the economy for the good of society or the state.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Economic_interventionism.html   (1116 words)

 health Interventionism - health-notes.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Interventionism (politics) is a political term for significant activity undertaken by a state to influence something not directly under its control.
Economic interventionism is any activity, beyond the basic regulation of fraud, undertaken by a central government in an effort to affect a country's economy.
Interventionism (medicine) is also a medical term in which patients are viewed as passive recipients receiving external treatments that have the effect of prolonging life.
www.health-notes.com /Interventionism   (257 words)

 Interventionism [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
Interventionism is characterized by the use or threat of force or coercion to alter a political or cultural situation nominally outside the intervenor's moral or political jurisdiction.
Beyond epistemological considerations interventionism commonly deals with the justifications of governments to interfere in (a) the lives of its own civilian population--domestic interventions, and (b) the activities of other nations--foreign interventions.
In the case of domestic interventionism that apparatus is the police force (or the army acting as a domestic policing force as with the British army in Northern Ireland 1969-date); in the case of international interventionism it is the army.
www.utm.edu /research/iep/i/interven.htm   (2509 words)

 Interventionism-An Economic Analysis | Foundation for Economic Education
It deals with interventionism in general, and its conclusions are valid for all instances of interventionism irrespective of the country concerned.
It is claimed that this system of interventionism is as far from socialism as it is from capitalism that as a third solution to the social problem it stands midway between the two systems, and that while retaining the advantages of both it avoids the disadvantages inherent in both.
They are not enemies of the state but opponents of both socialism and interventionism because they believe in the superior efficacy of the market economy They want a strong and well-administered state because they assign to it an important task: the protection of the system of a market economy.
www.fee.org /library/books/interventionism.asp   (11686 words)

 Critique of Interventionism | Foundation for Economic Education
Interventionism seeks to retain private property in the means of production, but authoritative commands, especially prohibitions, are to restrict the actions of private owners.
Interventionism is seen as a tribute that must be paid to democracy in order to preserve the capitalistic system.
In his system, catallactics and interventionism stand side by side, but no bridge leads from the former to the latter, and there is no attempted solution to the great problem.
www.fee.org /library/books/critique.asp   (9573 words)

 Mises, Human Action, Part 6, Chapter XXXVI: Library of Economics and Liberty
The idea underlying all interventionist policies is that the higher income and wealth of the more affluent part of the population is a fund which can be freely used for the improvement of the conditions of the less prosperous.
The traditional tax policy of the age of interventionism, its glorified devices of progressive taxation and lavish spending have been carried to a point at which their absurdity can no longer be concealed.
Third: Interventionism aims at confiscating the "surplus" of one part of the population and at giving it to the other part.
www.econlib.org /library/Mises/HmA/msHmA36.html   (2712 words)

 Slow Death of Humanitarian Interventionism
Without this, a debate on humanitarian interventionism would have been impossible; without „humanitarian“ considerations the discussion would have been reduced to questions of the usefulness and feasibility of interventions in general.
Humanitarian interventionism was closely associated with the UN: the „World community“, the „Community of Nations“ would realize it through and within the framework of the United Nations.
It is the level of political pragmatism that cost humanitarian interventionism much of its attractiveness; in many instances, humanitarian interventionism failed entirely and paid for this failure with its credibility.
www.jochen-hippler.de /neu-aufsaetze/humanitarian-interventionism.htm   (2884 words)

 Interventionism: On The Proper Role Government (1 of 4) by Ludwig Von Mises Magazine
Interventionism means that the government does not restrict its activity to the preservation of order, or--as people used to say a hundred years ago--to "the production of security." Interventionism means that the government wants to do more.
Interventionism means that the government not only fails to protect the smooth functioning of the market economy, but that it interferes with the various market phenomena; it interferes with prices, with wage rates, interest rates, and profits.
Thus, all the measures of interventionism by the government are directed toward restricting the supremacy of consumers.
www.buyleadsbbs.com /9315048/InterventionismOnTheProperRoleGovernment1of4byLudwigVonMisesMagazine.php   (1061 words)

 The Culture of Interventionism
The question we have posed, what is it that makes interventionism permissible and acceptible in a culture that pretends to favor democracy and national sovereignty, would seem to lead us to interrogate the way in which "democracy and national sovereignty" are understood in the US.
Nationalism and interventionism, as structures of thought, appear to rely on a kind of historical unconscious, a dimension of cultural being that lies beneath them, that serve to render their rhetoric self-referential.
That is, interventionism defends sovereignty because it violates it; it establishes freedom because it dominates; it builds democracy because it dismantles it (by violating sovereignty and imposing external structure).
www.ocf.berkeley.edu /~marto/cws/antiiv.htm   (3086 words)

 Book Review - Interventionism: An Economic Analysis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Interventionism: An Economic Analysis by Ludwig von Mises (Irvington-on-Hudson, N.Y.: The Foundation for Economic Education, 1997); 112 pages; $9.95.
The interventionist state also reduces the freedom of the peaceful individual to pursue his ends as he finds most advantageous and instead makes him a pawn in the hands of the state.
The end product of interventionism, therefore, must be the undermining of the free society and a reduction in the material and spiritual benefits that are possible only in a free-market economy.
www.fff.org /freedom/0298e.asp   (967 words)

 Classics Network Forums - State interventionism or liberalism?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
I don't know if any of this is going out to the rest of the world, but there has been a massive wave of bankruptcies by companies which due to the global economic crisis, closed down completely or moved their activity in other countries where workers are paid less.
Surely state interventionism, apart from an economical policy, is also a way to satisfy the demands of the people, that is when they ask for the state to intervene.
Interventionism is the bandage for the wound, and humans have corrupted that as well.
www.classicsnetwork.com /forums/showthread.php?t=527&page=1   (1817 words)

At the turn of the century, judicial interventionism was associated with the efforts of conservative justices to safeguard business and industry from excessive regulation, and political liberals and progressives championed the cause of judicial deference.
Although the case against judicial interventionism hinged upon a strong argument for judicial deference, conservative justices have, on occasion, engaged in conservative judicial interventionism.
The functional defense for nonoriginalist interventionism presumes, first, that originalism is not the only legitimate justification for judicial interventionism, and, therefore, that an interventionist judiciary is both legitimate and positive because it enhances the performance of government by improving decision making.
www.unt.edu /lpbr/subpages/reviews/maltz.htm   (1984 words)

 Foreign Policy In Focus | A Return to Interventionism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Interventionism came back into style in foreign policy, but dressed in new rhetoric.
Vietnam has slipped down America's memory hole, and the Pentagon has learned that interventionism and wars in faraway places can be sold to the American public with the right media spin and control.
While the rightists have been critical of humanitarian interventionism and circumspect about U.S. intervention in countries where there is no strong U.S. national interest, they now back the new wave of U.S. military missions to counter terrorism.
www.fpif.org /fpiftxt/925   (1887 words)

 Book Review - Economic Freedom and Interventionism: An Anthology of Articles and Essays by Ludwig von Mises   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Economic Freedom and Interventionism: An Anthology of Articles and Essays by Ludwig von Mises (Irvington-on-Hudson, New York: The Foundation for Economic Education, 1990); 250 pages; $29.95-cloth; $14.95-paper.
What Mises was a master at demonstrating was that interventionism invariably resulted in outcomes which were contrary to the stated goals.
Greaves and her husband Percy were both devoted students of Mises and worked closely with him over the years before his death in 1973.
www.fff.org /freedom/0991d.asp   (734 words)

 PhilSci Archive - Interventionism in Statistical Mechanics: Some Philosophical Remarks
Interventionism is an approach to the foundations of statistical mechanics which says that to explain and predict some of the thermodynamic phenomena we need to take into account the inescapable effect of environmental perturbations on the system of interest, in addition to the system's internal dynamics.
The literature on interventionism suffers from a curious dual attitude: the approach is often mentioned as a possible framework for understanding statistical mechanics, only to be quickly and decidedly dismissed.
It then investigates some of the philosophical ideas underlying interventionism, and proposes that these may be the source of the resentment interventionism encounters.
philsci-archive.pitt.edu /archive/00000151   (197 words)

 Making Socialism Work Better? by Robert Anderson
As is the case with many new forms of interventionism, Social Security legislation had minimal economic impact on the economy of the 1930's and 1940's.
What began as a modest form of interventionism in the midst of America’s "Great Depression" has become today a public financing nightmare with unfunded liabilities in excess of $45 trillion (when the Medicare nightmare is included too, as it must be).
The insatiable political appetite for ever more funds to cover the cost of this expanding Ponzi scheme finally led to everyone becoming a taxpayer victim as the net was cast wider to force additional workers/taxpayers into the system during the early years of the Reagan administration.
www.lewrockwell.com /orig6/anderson-r1.html   (1997 words)

 American Prospect Online - ViewWeb
If interventionism is to be saved, it must first be saved from the interventionists.
Indeed, some of the leading exponents of the narrative, such as former Coalition Provisional Authority adviser Larry Diamond and James Fallows of The Atlantic Monthly, opposed the war from the beginning, and, of course, the incompetence line is politically appealing for liberals.
The liberal hawks’ view of interventionism -- and ours -- was formed by the experiences of the 1990s, when greater rather than lesser American engagement in the world and a frank recognition that American power could serve humanitarian ends seemed to be the basic moral imperatives of the age.
www.prospect.org /web/page.ww?section=root&name=ViewWeb&articleId=10454   (2822 words)

 Humanitarian Interventionism?
The failure of humanitarian interventionism in specific cases and the decline in its attractiveness as a concept and as a basis of policy-making should not however be solely attributed to isolated cases or to the cynicism of governments.
As a concept or principle of conflict management, humanitarian interventionism has been taken surprisingly seriously in journalistic, academic and political circles, although in political practice is has been little more than a tactical game for the attainment of domestic or external political advantages, thinly veiled by humanitarian rhetoric.
The real development of humanitarian interventionism will probably take an entirely different course: there will continue to be selective operations in response to public political pressure by societies in the North, even if these are unsystematic or haphazard.
www.jochen-hippler.de /Aufsatze/Humanitarian_Interventionism_/humanitarian_interventionism_.html   (5299 words)

 Book Review - Critique of Interventionism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Explaining the historical origins of the interventionist state and analyzing the negative and harmful effects of its implementation is the theme of Ludwig von Mises's Critique of Interventionism.
What Mises clearly saw and explained in the 1920s were the political, cultural, and ideological forces at work in Germany that were creating the conditions for the victory of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi movement in 1933.
While many of the forms and types of government intervention have changed since Mises penned the essays in Critique of Interventionism in the 1920s, the fundamental insights of his analysis remain as valid today as when he wrote them 70 years ago.
www.fff.org /freedom/0497f.asp   (1000 words)

 Time to End Interventionism, Foreign and Domestic [Free Republic]
Interventionism is based on relative rights, majoritarianism, and disrespect for the Constitution.
Because this wealth was not always earned and instead resulted from borrowing, speculation and inflation, the correction that is to come will contribute to the social discord already inherent in a system of government interventionism.
Welfarism and government interventionism are failed systems and always lead to ever more intrusive government.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a3af7859754e7.htm   (6050 words)

 Bloggers4Labour: [Essays] Interventionism and the left, by NewerLabour   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
I see the right kind of interventionism as a logical extension to the internationalism that has always been a value of the left, as opposed to isolationism, which has always been a value of the right.
I believe that a 'left' interventionism is far more popular than isolationism, but also 'right' interventionism.
My main problems with the concept of 'interventionism' involve a) its arrogance, b) the difficulty of predicting the results of any meddling, and c) overridingly, the fact that it nearly always only occurs when it is politically and economically expedient for those doing the intervening.
www.bloggers4labour.org /2006/10/essays-interventionism-and-left-by.jsp   (3801 words)

 Interventionism: An Economic Analysis
What Mises had foreseen was a world trapped between fully planned economies, which were clearly failing, and fully free markets, which were a casualty of depression and war.
He warned that mixed systems give rise of political instability and economic stagnation, and proved that this was the case through a general model of interventionism and a specific analysis of price control, credit expansion, subsidies, welfare, corporatism, and the war economy.
Particularly interesting is his discussion of the draft, which he sees as a species of socialism itself.
www.mises.org /store/Interventionism-An-Economic-Analysis-P86C1.aspx?UserID=1744252   (212 words)

 Low Intensity Warfare The New Interventionism
In justifying the new interventionism, LIC advocates invariably begin with a grim assessment of the global political and military environment.
Given the public's continuing adherence to the "Vietnam syndrome," a political campaign to garner grass-roots support for renewed interventionism is considered an essential component of LIC doctrine.
Turning to the domestic political consequences of the new interventionism, we can see a variety of threats to American rights and liberties.
www.thirdworldtraveler.com /US_ThirdWorld/Low_Intensity_Warfare.html   (4670 words)

 Orthodox Medicine, interventionism and symptom suppression
Orthodox medicine: vital energy and interventionism and the reasons why medicine has failed to conquer the major diseases, including disinterest in nutrition, the concealment of illness by symptom suppression, and the limitations of reductionist science.
Compared to the widespread applicability of supportive vitalistic techniques, interventionism has a rather narrow field of application which is confined to emergency medicine, trauma, life threatening illness and other illnesses where there is irreversible tissue damage.
It is only in such areas of application that the violent nature of interventionism could in any way be justified.
www.holistichealthtopics.com /HMG/orthodox.html   (9647 words)

 Dynamics of the Mixed Economy: Toward a Theory of Interventionism
Ludwig von Mises's defense of the free market against its rivals extended far beyond the proof of the impossibility of socialist calculation for which he is best known.
Mises exposes interventionism for the pipedream it is, as the example of price control best illustrates.
Though Mises's critique of interventionism was centered elsewhere, he does adduce a vital point that bears on redistributionist policies, as Ikeda ably brings out.
www.mises.net /misesreview_detail.asp?control=40&sortorder=authorlast   (1394 words)

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