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But, in contraposition to Horkheimer and Adorno, this group changes the systemic focus of analysis from the supposed anti-Semites to Jews and philo-Jews to their outspoken political projects, leaving the racialization of Jews in a vacuum.
The male-female contraposition is portrayed as relative in the mythical symbol; this fundamental polarity has been termed 'a root metaphor' because, by being inscribed in the very bodies of the human beings who classify, it is the most obvious conceptual tool to indicate opposed classes (Rappaport 1999: 247-48; Bell 1997:101).
A recent study of Lebanese immigrant youth in western Sydney (Poynting, Noble & Tabar, 1999) has pointed out that Lebanese young boys tend to 'stick together' and have strong solidarity for each other and for other migrant groups but in contraposition to Anglo Australians.
Sisson points to the existence in Nabokov's works (giving a typical example in the short story "Terra Incognita") of "simultaneous but mutually exclusive fictional worlds presented in ambiguous contraposition in order that the reader's habits of perception are violated, thus liberating the reader's mind and stimulating it to a greater capacity of consciousness" (qtd.
To prove this, take the contraposition, or '[lambda] is not simple [right arrow] [y.
If we contrast Herbert's reporting with what situationally was given to be observed and told, we shall uncover distortions, twists and radical departures from true definition and appreciation of difference in this contraposition of characters drawn from separate cultures.
in contraposition to the Beautiful, grew up on the basis of sexual distinctions--the Sublime corresponding to the male, and the Beautiful, its anti-pole, corresponding to the female.
Hence, by contraposition, the presence of clefting, that is, either [+p] or [+c] or both, renders an intonation gap without inversion impossible.
is also tautological for the truth tables of the second scheme if there is no inconsistency in the calculus presented later), for the principle of contraposition does not need to hold in the above schemes.
To this event Hilary Gatti devotes her essay, "Bruno and the Protestant Ethic," which takes as its point of departure Weberian theory, seeking to prove by way of interesting (if not, in my judgment, entirely persuasive, reasoning) that the relationship between Bruno and Protestantism cannot be made in the paradigm of radical contraposition.
The relationship between these two ideas of history is more than simply one of juxtaposition but rather one of contraposition and confrontation.
Unfortunately, ignored until the final assignments began to trickle in, we made assumptions about each other's grading criteria that proved false and created contraposition and dissonance between us.
Nationalists no longer stand in contraposition to an ideological or spirit-vision idea of the International.
There is maximum fluorescence quenching when the fluorescein anneals opposite at least two G residues: one residue in direct contraposition to the fluorescein, and the other in the first base overhang position (44).
31) To be sure, the professions are not as precisely oppositional as Troilus's "This is, and is not, Cressid," or even Vindice's "I'm in doubt / Whether I'm myself or no," but to insist upon such precision is less material than to note the clear emphasis upon contraposition.