“The first approach argues that South Africa should integrate itself into this "unproblematic" reality without question as the only way for the growth of South Africa's domestic economy.”
“I suppose some pomo theorists might consider your prose "unproblematic," which is a pejorative, apparently.”
“But it cannot be taken simply on faith, as unproblematic, treated as a natural signifier; nor can it be cashed in as if it were a treasury bond from the literature of a former era.”
“Thus one might infer that his concern for the decline in novel-reading is also an accompanying lament for the passing of the novel in its realist/character-centered phase (at least characters who are relatively unproblematic in their psychological make-up, who give us desired access to their "inner feelings.")”
“I took a look at the brief and I find it unproblematic.”
“The reason that is unproblematic is that even if you view corporations as legal persons with constitutionally-protected expressive rights, as legal persons their nature, and indeed their very existence, is subject to law.”
“When I was young, such attitudes seemed unproblematic.”
“I would consider this article a publishing success if just ne person went into it thinking the naturalistic program is unproblematic and was prompted to click through to the Wittgenstein or Kripke sources to discover the surprising difficulties it contains.”
“The AP characterizes the situation as unproblematic, relying on the testimony of one banker. (there are others, but the AP article does no serious analysis)”
“The wholesale copying for purposes of dissection and critique at the blog is unproblematic.”
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