insidiousness


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subtle and cumulative harmfulness (especially of a disease)

the quality of being designed to entrap

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only speaks to the pervasiveness, and perhaps the insidiousness, of the
Carter, however, went beyond the details of Brown's case and rebuked the insidiousness of the CHBC privatization scheme, the sole purpose of which was to perpetuate racial discrimination.
Conference of Catholic Bishops, said, "As I looked at the documentation, it shows certainly the insidiousness of the disease, and it reinforces current church policy" as outlined in a charter developed during the Dallas meeting.
Given the pervasiveness and insidiousness of general bias, however, the emancipation of reason is not sufficient to ensure human progress.
This is the insidiousness of the privilege of the dominant--such ongoing connections are not remarked upon.
The insidiousness of these measures does not lie in their unintended consequences, says Evan Wolfson, executive director of Freedom to Marry: "It's the bait-and-switch hidden agenda behind these amendments.
At once psychotic and psychosis-inducing, the Algerian exile's acts surface from a global state of crisis and amplify its insidiousness.
In the writings such as Homo sacer and Stato di eccezione Agamben sought to unveil the insidiousness of modern politics, whose paradigm is not based on the city (that is, the State that arose out of a rationality applied to the law), but instead on the concentration camp: namely, the State based on exception and the suspension of the law.
We take airports for granted nowadays but it took many years to reach such a degree of insidiousness.
But the insidiousness of our risk-averse world lies in the way it tries to eliminate danger from everything, thus attempting to remove the eternal truth from the saying 'nothing ventured, nothing gained'.
It would be nice, to have, in real existence, a flourishing and well-centred black race alongside the other races of the world, without being subjugated to a constant barrage of insidiousness, improprieties and expletives from the rest of the world.
The insidiousness of the rules-based approach is that it removes responsibility from the board members at the critical point, the time a conflict arises; if one qualifies as independent initially by virtue of lack of ties to the corporation and management, one is independent.
The insidiousness of race lies precisely in this precondition for its being imagined at all, lying beneath all conscious articulations, all sharing of premises, all decisions.
Such work (if we grant it exists) might be consistent with Stewart's view that poetry "frees us from life's transient dependence on context-bound meaning," although Prynne's recently-published discourse in Guangzhou on the corruptions of contingent language suggests he would contest any idea that the way to truth lies through decontextualization, while recognizing with Brady the unprecedented insidiousness of the forces arrayed against poetic truth.
The insidiousness is when you know the people and it's fight here.