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n. an approach to ethical problems that rejects excessive emphasis on the individual and focuses instead on social cohesion and community interests, arguing that every single person is embedded within society and depends on others to flourish. As such, individual rights and personal autonomy may be morally less important than the collective experience and social responsibility.

Subjects: Social Sciences.

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