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(noun) an expression of real or pretended doubt or uncertainty especially for rhetorical effect / (noun) a logical impasse or contradiction / (noun) a radical contradiction in the import of a text or theory that is seen in deconstruction as inevitable

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Democrats like Bill Clinton helped Republicans in their dismantling and avoided being described as liberal at all costs. From this aporia the word progressive reemerged as an antithesis to conservative, but was otherwise a floating signifier

—p.3 Spectacle of Participation (1) by n+1
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Democrats like Bill Clinton helped Republicans in their dismantling and avoided being described as liberal at all costs. From this aporia the word progressive reemerged as an antithesis to conservative, but was otherwise a floating signifier

—p.3 Spectacle of Participation (1) by n+1
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a person who renounces a religious or political belief or principle; the general form is "apostasy"

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While some may question my ability to speak from the evangelical perspective as an apostate, I would contend that I am an ideal representative of my generation of evangelicals

—p.26 The Evangelical Mind (25) by Adam Kotsko
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While some may question my ability to speak from the evangelical perspective as an apostate, I would contend that I am an ideal representative of my generation of evangelicals

—p.26 The Evangelical Mind (25) by Adam Kotsko
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(adjective) incapable of being surmounted, overcome, passed over, or solved

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the belief that human sinfulness is an insuperable obstacle to knowing and fulfilling that plan, and that only Jesus Christ can remove that obstacle for us

—p.30 The Evangelical Mind (25) by Adam Kotsko
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the belief that human sinfulness is an insuperable obstacle to knowing and fulfilling that plan, and that only Jesus Christ can remove that obstacle for us

—p.30 The Evangelical Mind (25) by Adam Kotsko
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promote or make widely known

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whether some of the volunteer Sunday school teachers were promulgating Calvinist doctrines

—p.31 The Evangelical Mind (25) by Adam Kotsko
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whether some of the volunteer Sunday school teachers were promulgating Calvinist doctrines

—p.31 The Evangelical Mind (25) by Adam Kotsko
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sop (en)

(noun) a piece of food dipped or steeped in a liquid / (noun) a conciliatory or propitiatory bribe, gift, or gesture / (verb) to steep or dip in or as if in liquid / (verb) to wet thoroughly; soak / (verb) mop / (abbreviation) standard operating procedure; standing operating procedure

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we ridiculed the teaching of hip-hop at Harvard, a shameful sop to black students admitted through affirmative action and, worse, to self-hating white liberals

—p.118 White Voice (113) by Dan Sinykin
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we ridiculed the teaching of hip-hop at Harvard, a shameful sop to black students admitted through affirmative action and, worse, to self-hating white liberals

—p.118 White Voice (113) by Dan Sinykin
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(adjective) parched with heat especially of the sun; hot / (adjective) giving off intense heat; scorching / (adjective) ardent passionate / (noun) the region of the earth between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn

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It was a tiny, torrid crucible.

—p.119 White Voice (113) by Dan Sinykin
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It was a tiny, torrid crucible.

—p.119 White Voice (113) by Dan Sinykin
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the highest point in the development of something; culmination or climax

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WorryFree, an apotheosis of the gig economy, offers room and board

—p.125 White Voice (113) by Dan Sinykin
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WorryFree, an apotheosis of the gig economy, offers room and board

—p.125 White Voice (113) by Dan Sinykin
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the repeal or abolition of a law, right, or agreement

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the fact that not one has been, out of billions, is proof of a categorical failure, a mass abrogation of the social contract by the legions of treacherous, evasive, giggling yeastbuckets

yikes

—p.145 The Feminist (129) by Tony Tulathimutte
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the fact that not one has been, out of billions, is proof of a categorical failure, a mass abrogation of the social contract by the legions of treacherous, evasive, giggling yeastbuckets

yikes

—p.145 The Feminist (129) by Tony Tulathimutte
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(noun) reformatory (a custodial institution for youthful offenders)

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The opposite of Interstellar, High Life presents sci-fi without hope, its ship a borstal

—p.183 On recent film (179) by A S Hamrah
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The opposite of Interstellar, High Life presents sci-fi without hope, its ship a borstal

—p.183 On recent film (179) by A S Hamrah
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the highest point in the development of something; culmination or climax

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the story of design thinking as such—and of how design reached its apotheosis as a floating signifier, detached from any one object or medium or output—starts with World War II

—p.193 On design thinking (190) by Maggie Gram
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the story of design thinking as such—and of how design reached its apotheosis as a floating signifier, detached from any one object or medium or output—starts with World War II

—p.193 On design thinking (190) by Maggie Gram
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