complexify


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have or develop complicating consequences

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While Engendering Development holds culture up as a major source of women's inequality, there is no serious engagement with how cultural, racial, or other norms, divisions, and differences might complexify any "universal" analysis of gender inequality or complicate the market-based strategies intended to address it.
If matters seem in danger of coming into focus, obfuscate and complexify with an air of injured rectitude.
Simplicity: There is a temptation to complexify ideas, adding bells and whistles, since bigger is obviously better.
This process - simplify to get the results, complexify to see how general it is - is a good way to understand your model.
36) Love, both human and divine, can ensure that the metaphysical and ethical triad continues to complexify and brings forth a greater fullness of life and love as epitomized in the communio sanctorum.
We will now complexify the issue of deference and politeness by viewing the utterance in a way not discussed (nor intended) by Matsumoto.
I suggest four (very general) ways to develop Lodge's ideas, taking Paisley Livingston's view that criticism can "serve to challenge and to refine, to complexify and perfect hypotheses within the other anthropological disciplines" (260).
They contain crude outlines for what we went on to detail and complexify.
These pictures recombine and complexify elements previously seen in Moylan's work, such as, for example, an irregular, accidental-looking stain of color overlaid on, say, a cityscape, pointing somewhat inconclusively to the asymmetr of nature and culture.
This attention serves to complexify Scripture verses in order to support a dichotomous doctrine of God's people sorted into categories of those on the way to salvation and those on the way to perdition.
Scattered throughout Flaubert's works, such phrases are stylistically singular in that they call for interpretation through heightened drama and the tropes of causality and certitude and then complexify rather than clinch.
9) Contemporary realities complexify this definition and have been a source of heated discussion in the Jewish world for decades.
Further exploration of original plural unity in Rahner, with Schelling as an interlocutor, could complexify the idea, particularly with respect to sin.
complexify this national portrait and suggest further areas of enquiry into teachers' perceptions of LSK.
Deacon describes the evolution of living organisms in the following way, "the process of evolution, rather than merely maintaining and reproducing dynamical form, exhibits a spontaneous tendency for its dynamics to diversify and complexify these forms, both intrinsically and in their relationship to their contexts" (ibid.