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mod. great; excellent. (California.) My boyfriend, he’s, like, so radical!
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The radicalness of the author's own propositions seem so only because of the persistence of those conventions he so successfully interrogates.
Nonetheless, radicalness is--much like the tactical oppositions of resistance in the workplace--by its very nature ephemeral, nomadic, and opportunistic.
The radicalness of the situation might be more concretely understood by imagining that some Western economy would suddenly be forced to bring its OECD trade to a virtual end and then socialize its enterprise sector and ownership.
Making a panoramic reading, we can affirm also that the history of the church has been a history of numerous attempts to reduce the strict radicalness of the gospel.
That powerful statement is not set in context, its accuracy demonstrated, its radicalness emphasized, nor referred to again as it might have been in a discussion of those large Mormon families.
Pelz's (1983) study of urban innovations cited earlier found that the innovation process appeared to differ according to the radicalness of the innovation; discrete phases were identifiable in the less radical innovations, but not in the more radical cases.
2008) describe the novelty of social entrepreneurial opportunities in the light of three attributes: urgency, accessibility, and radicalness.
Apparently realizing the radicalness of his message, he apologized in advance to the bishops at home.
An adequate philosophical understanding of the condition of modern Judaism, he argues, requires that this transcendence--with regard to the Jewish nation, to human consciousness, and to reason--somehow be accounted for in its original radicalness.
The Tarnished Golden Rule: (Luke 6:31): The Inescapable Radicalness of Christian Ethics," Theological Studies 59 (1998) 475-85.
He was referring to a number of related issues, including staff appointments Paul had to make and the general direction Greenpeace was heading with regard to the radicalness of its campaigns.
For all of Said's indebtedness to Foucault, he doesn't comprehend the radicalness of Foucault's notion of discipline or the fact that academic disciplines are disciplinary in Foucault's sense.
and I don't believe that the content and radicalness of a biennial is defined only by its title.
Quinlan continues: "in fact the whole novel can be seen as a brilliant and consistent example of reversal: it is the unspoken ideals that are the important ones, and it is the very radicalness of the reverse alternatives that both alerts us to their unacceptability but also to the seriousness of our predicament" (161).