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Use "voluntarist" in a sentence
"In what follows, I follow Samuel Scheffler's exposition of what he calls the voluntarist and the distributive objections to any claim that persons have non-derivative special obligations."
"According to Badat SASO was highly 'voluntarist' in temperament while SANSCO was characterised as being more strategically calculating."
"If we found this a relevant theme, it is because it represents in our opinion a deliberate attempt on the part of Wall Street and the City (2) to make the world believe in some rupture within the EU and to instil the idea that some « deadly » risk is weighing on the Eurozone, by endlessly conveying phony news on a "banking risk coming from Eastern Europe" and by stigmatizing a "cold-feeted" Eurozone as opposed to the "voluntarist" actions initiated by the Americans and the Bristish."