anachronic


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chronologically misplaced

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Much as the local authorities use the concept of multicultural past more (Lublin) or less (Bialystok) effectively, they do so in random and anachronic manner, excepting most topics that might be controversial from the point of view of the dominant group (such as a period of quantitative dominance of the Jewish population in Bialystok).
Ready and finished models from an anachronic administrative law do not lend themselves to present solutions out of a posture that is almost maniqueist: either good or evil.
Although Alvey tries to conclude some teachings for contemporary economics, he carefully maintains a difficult balance in this respect, resisting the temptation of engaging in anachronic comparisons.
14) However, he always remained a traditionalist avant la lettre, and the agrarian demands of the Mexican Revolution revived in Valle-Inclan anachronic semi-feudal dreams.
Gidea reveals, in pursuing the goal of a "total Europe", by 1947-1949 de Gaulle would show no problems in accommodating the former enemy, Germany, arguing that Franco-German co-operation was essential for the success of a United Europe (we may infer this was what the author meant, as it would be anachronic to speak of "the European Union" back in 1949, as on p.
I must recognize that in fact I have proceeded arrogantly, with an anachronic and systematic perspective that characterizes us, the heirs of Descartes and Freud.
Both the narrative sequence of events and the psychological time flame of the protagonists are often inordinate and anachronic throughout the work.
This anachronic movement back to a previous state of being is registered in the final shot, in which the camera gradually closes in upon a traditional opera actress in a street performance and finally reveals Yan's face in a freeze frame.
Any imposition of the monist ideas such as search for an essence of language as done by the later theists since Bhartrhari is absolutely anachronic.
For instance, in Part One Tietjens sits in a room playing solitaire, and his mind runs us across the suffragettes on the golf course, the telegram from Sylvia, and the history of Sylvia's infidelities in forty pages of anachronic narration.
On the one hand, it was related to popular "mystical" beliefs placed under anathema by the party propaganda, such as superstitions or anachronic ("backward") cultural forms.
This essay is related to their 2005 article in Art Bulletin and to their eagerly awaited book Anachronic Renaissance.
Even otherwise, a military dictator in India which has inured people to democracy is considered anachronic.
Further, while modernism's techniques were deployed in resistance to capitalism, those same techniques--collage, anachronic narrative, irony, novelty--became the cultural style of mass-market capitalism.
Parper's speech, however, has the anachronic tone of a bygone British ruling class ("By Jove" and "Goodness", he exclaims; he announces proudly that he "started below the salt and worked [his] way up to the head of the table").