multifariousness


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Related to multifariousness: inconsideration
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for multifariousness

Synonyms for multifariousness

References in periodicals archive ?
By listening to this introductory text, one can extract some of the major themes and motives that operate in the film, yet it is only in the combination of the visual (the mise en scene) with the verbal (the voice-over) that the film displays its complexity and multifariousness.
This brief summary belies the multifariousness of H's particular discussions, which is tough to encapsulate.
One of the key aspects of autonomous social movements is their multifariousness, making it impossible for any one person to represent the movements as a whole.
religious architecture, he said, but only "in a convoluted fashion that reflects the ambiguity and multifariousness of American religion, society, and culture themselves.
More to the point, he effects a performative (onstage) conjuring up of life's strangeness and multifariousness, which are evoked essentially by narrative means as his performances reel out sumptuous, long-winded narrative flashbacks.
Despite his claims to the contrary, the philosopher's program is a metaphysical one: the "urge to subsume the multifariousness of political life into a single mythic unity" is analogous to the Nazi slogan "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, und Ein Fuhrer.
Rather, multifariousness and diversity became, in terms of attention, the order of the day, often with the explicit urging to become even more diverse.
Recognizing the multifariousness of Clemens/Twain, not just teachers but writers too have more often than not sought a unifying idea to tie together their analyses.
The reader, however, is left haunted by another story, of indeterminacy, multifariousness, and conflictedness, which would more fully account for the relations between theater and politics in seventeenth-century England.
A respectful dialogue between residents and authorities would recognize the multifariousness of the instituion's identity and would likely allow the nursing home to maintain a sense of its religious identity and mission in its public space, while also permitting certain spaces within the home to contain nonkosher food.
Yet Stezaker differs from this oppositional lineage in emphasizing a chasmal multifariousness over polemic.
We try to reduce the multifariousness of phenomenal surfaces to underlying structures.
A potter's heart, always reaching for more and unwilling to acknowledge categorical limitations, has given expression to a wide swathe of life's own delightful multifariousness.
If we think of the history of art as more like the history of humanity than the history of opinion, then two apparently contradictory interpretations could be two different ways of cutting through the multifariousness.
We all know this implicitly, he declares, but are led astray by social forces whose powers of persuasiveness lead us to duplicity, substituting the love of what is less than ultimately worthy for the love of God whose persistent and governing concern is the creative synthesis of the multifariousness of life into a mutually supportive community (a matter of "aesthetic achievement" [124]).