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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having only one theme.
- adj. of a name Composed of a single traditional name element.
“But of course there is no contingency in novels, only writing and plot, and the point of this twist of events, I think, has less to do with punishment of any kind, of the self or of others, than with what the narrator calls the "monothematic" nature of pain and humiliation.”
“There are three types: monothematic, polythematic with different points, varying in number from three to 11, and polythematic with the reappearance of earlier points.”
“By reference to monothematic delusions, Max Coltheart explains the two main factors involved in the formation of delusions as follows:”
“This impairment is the same in all people with monothematic delusions.”
“Other examples of monothematic delusions often referred to in the philosophical literature are Capgras and Cotard.”
“Thus, a person who systematically fails to recognize her image in the mirror and comes to think that there is a person identical to her following her around (as in mirrored-self misidentification), but has no other unusual beliefs, has a monothematic delusion.”
““Schizophrenia and monothematic delusions,” Schizophrenia Bulletin, 33 (3):”
“In counter point, can you cite examples where a third party candidate with a monothematic platform received a significant percentage of the vote and one or both of the major parties did not adjust their platforms accordingly?”
“And I believe it was the first monothematic film score.”
“Considering that the monothematic Green party can mainly be just a temporary shelter for dissatisfied Liberal and NDP voters, the answer is restricted to these two parties and, in a two-party system, one of them will go.”
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