the highest point in the development of something; culmination or climax
formalized the apotheosis of McInerney in a gushy cover story
on the Village Voice and the Brat Pack
The apotheosis of this technique is "The Depressed Person."
a liberal preference for 'recognition of diversity over economic inequality' reached its most absurd apotheosis with a politics based on the minutia and gradations of rapidly proliferating identities
I think minutia is [sic] but, unsure
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
WorryFree, an apotheosis of the gig economy, offers room and board
He reimagined the conservative opposition to liberal individualism through an apotheosis of man and machinery
on Ernst Junger
he New Yorker—the apotheosis of culture industry liberalism
Moral disintegration is connected to military apotheosis.