What is another word for Revolutionism?

Pronunciation: [ɹˌɛvəlˈuːʃənˌɪzəm] (IPA)

Revolutionism is a term often used to describe the ideology or movement behind a revolution. It is characterized by a desire for change, often radical or transformative in nature. Synonyms for revolutionism include radicalism, change, upheaval, innovation, and rebellion. These words all convey a sense of disruption or challenge to established norms and systems. Revolutionism can be both positive and negative, depending on the context and goals of the movement. Regardless of its aims, revolutionism represents a desire for progress and a rejection of the status quo. In a world constantly in flux, such ideals are often at the forefront of social, political, and economic movements.

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What are the hypernyms for Revolutionism?

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Usage examples for Revolutionism

But the new times dismayed him, and neither principle nor temperament allowed him to follow Revolutionism to its utmost limits.
"The Three Cities Trilogy: Paris, Vol. 2"
Emile Zola
He was always so proud of it, and of his extreme Revolutionism.
"Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist"
Alexander Berkman
One may perhaps over-estimate the importance of these details; for, after all, the communal life of Canada was yet in its extreme youth, and in England itself there were still remnants of the old eighteenth century disorders, with hints of the newer Revolutionism.
"British Supremacy & Canadian Self-Government 1839-1854"
J. L. Morison

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