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- v. Present participle of unmask.
- n. The act by which somebody or something is unmasked.
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- n. the exposure of an impostor or a fraud
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The Avengers unmasking is even more ridiculous when you think about who he unmasked in front of.
Now, thanks to the culture wars and the Internet, the game of ideological unmasking is one that more and more people are playing.
The Russian nihilist Netchajeff made the idea of unmasking these timid revolutionary-minded persons the basis of a scheme of revolutionary agitation.
There is one issue with password unmasking that I did not see raised when I briefly scanned the comments.
What the police call the unmasking of the truth, Sanjarpur calls the making of a conspiracy.
If I read this right, it means that reducing both sulfates and BC together for air pollution purposes will not result in much "unmasking" of warming, which would be somewhat reassuring.
He says that the Defendant is fully aware of the Claimant's wish and that, in the circumstances, there is no justification for "unmasking" him, as he is entitled to keep his identity as the author of the blog private and confidential.
Sounds like Alex is obfuscating, not "unmasking". by Harold Smith on Monday, Jan 28, 2008 at 4: 48: 59 PM
But what is the relationship between these sorts of "unmasking" projects and projects that count as part of "mainstream" philosophy, or more specifically, "mainstream" metaphysics?
Likewise with Freud, the same pattern of "unmasking" to reveal and distinguish "the real" from the "apparent" is evident in his analysis of religion.
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