antithetical

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sharply contrasted in character or purpose

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He describes this decision as "gaining glory" but he also sees it antithetically as a "final failure" (46).
It also suggests that in his communication he connected antithetically his warring past with his literate present.
To be sure, many conclude that Derrida viewed Hellenism (with its attendant stress on binary oppositions) and Hebraism antithetically, the latter being an "other" to the former.
Eschewing binary oppositions, he does not antithetically counter the white grand narrative with an Afrocentric history claiming its own core truth.
Would, for example, an older Simon milk the overly extended joke of everyone having to climb five flights of stairs, gaspingly out of breath, to visit Corie, and her antithetically composed husband, Paul, as he does here?
Antithetically to Kagan, Ikenberry thus argues that multilateralism is "a tool that weak and strong alike can use.
when read closely and antithetically there are many contradictions
6) On the one hand, the figure of the martyr child is constructed antithetically to the Jews.
Chaos, as he puts it, is a concept that arises only antithetically, juxtaposed by binary opposition, only in relation to the figure of the cosmos.
And, antithetically, if all submitted manuscripts were accepted, would this lead us to conclude that social work scholarship was of the highest caliber?
The world we live in is made up of numerous identities, numerous ideas, lives, philosophies interacting, sometimes harmoniously, sometimes antithetically.
He writes that there is a "limit about which we have had a stomachful, the limit between Man with a capital M and Animal with a capital A", and he feels that one should not question this limit any further, and that it cannot be ignored or attacked frontally or antithetically (Derrida 2002: 398).
Antithetically, Logistilla's kingdom is characterised by an airy, ethereal sense of light, space and weightlessness.