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Abolitionism is the movement to end human slavery.
Abolitionism may also refer to:
- Abolitionism (animal rights), the movement to end the property status of animals
- Abolitionism (bioethics), the movement to eliminate involuntary sentient suffering
- Abolitionism (copyright/patent), the movement to abolish state granted monopolies over intellectual works
- Abolitionism (prostitution), the movement to abolish state regulation of prostitution, seen as a form of slavery of women
- Abolitionism (capital punishment), the movement to abolish the death penalty within the capital punishment debate
- Gender abolitionism (Radical feminism or Postgenderism), the movement to abolish gender
- Market abolitionism, a belief that the market, in the economic sense, should be completely eliminated from society
- Prison abolition, the movement to end incarceration as a means to address harm.
- Total abolition, the political philosophy of veganarchism (veganism and anarchism)
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