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impossible to reconcile

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Jabareen's (2014) analysis not only elides the irreconcilability of the right to the city with capitalism, he also fails to situate Israel as a settler colonial state fundamentally built upon the denial of Palestinians' right to the city.
Ishiguro reveals the irreconcilability between reality and mimetic representation.
The reaction of populist politicians in Europe mirrors this distorted worldview by agreeing on the basic irreconcilability of Islam and Western values and therefore the need, not only to destroy Daesh, but also to close Europe's borders to Muslim migrants and, if need be, to kick out the ones already there.
From there we can try to devise policies and procedures based on the irreconcilability of bubbles.
Taken together, these insistent materialities demonstrate "the irreconcilability of the object world and those who have been objectified in late capitalism to subsumption under the logic of subjective control" (87).
Stanislaw Baraiiczak, in his introduction to his English co-translation of the sixteenth-century Polish poet Jan Kochanowski's Laments, (3) observed that the poems might not have been written "had the urgency and intensity" of Kochanowski's "conflict"--from the irreconcilability of his intellectual practice and his personal grief after the death of his two-year-old daughter Ursula--"not found their match in the creative ability and technical accomplishment" of the poet.
In the immediate aftermath of the Grand Final, I did publicly state that the combined inconsistency of ociating on the pitch and the irreconcilability of disciplinary decisions o it had created an environment capable of exploitation, innocent or otherwise.
This romantic-cum-existential aspect of his fiction and politics--the apparent endorsement of the bourgeois subject--is skilfully reconciled, by Kelly, with Kelman's own irreconcilability with bogus universals.
Having reviewed, in this journal, recent research on media transformation and political marketing in the new Europe (Hannah, 2013), I'm struck by the possible empirical irreconcilability, in the neoliberal media context, of theories about the polarizing effects of political marketing (Lees-Marshment et al.
Aquinas gives the metaphysical framework in which to solve Sidgwick's worry over the "dualism of practical reason," or the apparent irreconcilability between practical reason's inclinations toward self-interest and general benevolence.
Sommer equates Kugel's view on the irreconcilability of traditional Judaism and biblical scholarship to sticking one's head in the sand; "A Jew whose intellect believes that biblical criticism makes valid claims, bur whose religious self pretends otherwise .
It is this irreconcilability that suggests it as an apt metaphor to describe the symptom structure, as well as the transference dynamics, of masochistic patients.
Suggesting that 'it remains incredibly difficult to challenge the irreconcilability of Arabness and Jewishness as essentialized, enemy subjectivities, both on and off the screen', she focuses on scenes in both films where 'Arabness is (re)mapped onto the terrain of Jewish identity' so as to examine 'how these diasporic subjectivities deconstruct homogenous Jewish spaces'.
suggest the irreconcilability of individual and communal identity" (p.