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- adj. Relating to, or aiding, liberation; liberatory.
There we find the superposition of essay and fiction in Mosca's work: responding to the need to offer ourselves our own story, of grabbing hold of our subalternity as prime material, through which we can get closer to our truth - our being-in-itself, Sartre would say -, attainable only through "liberational" writing and reading.
Gandhi illustrated that he always had character, he only lacked the focus as to how to make it social, and liberational.
The call of my faith is to share in the suffering with others and share the first love I know, it is for me liberational.
Its activities will be on the national popular level in the liberational, organizational, political and financial fields.
Their national and historical being has been liberational throughout the whole of history and through two world wars, as it is today.
He said that the international media keep talking about "the smuggling of weapons" into Gaza, when they should be speaking about arming the Palestinian liberational movement, just as people were talking about the arming of African and Asian liberation movements.
These are liberational, feminish times, when boys you may have babysat for are allowed, nay, encouraged to lay down with you in the pose of a third husband or
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