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  • noun An opposite or opposing position


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counter- +‎ position


  • For the Nan-quo was in part a guide to utilizing sound, vibration, and counterposition of exacting weights in order to induce physical changes in organic life forms.


  • Psychological monism is thus a counterposition to Plato's and Aristotle's account of the soul, and has major implications for the theory of action, ethics, and the theory of emotion.


  • His one-liners on several writers are priceless — "Paul Berman, a historian of the New Left, his subject remaindered, turns his attention to ferreting out the 'deep,' 'sophisticated' philosophy behind Islamic extremism so as to formulate a comparably reflective, comparably militant counterposition," he writes, thus laying Terror and Liberalism to rest.

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  • REPRESENTATIVE SHAW: Oh, no, I think that the tone of the meeting -- I would welcome a counterposition on this -- but I think that the tone of the meeting was that we did want the flexibility, we did want to give the flexibility to the governors.

    Welfare Reform Summit Press Conference

  • I was much pleased with the remarks, I remember, and with the counterposition of Tom Jones and Sir Charles Grandisori.

    Literary Remains, Volume 1

  • Since socialism is identified with total democracy, and capitalism with an accelerating tendency to fascism, the antagonisms between proletariat and capital, communism and wage-labour, proletariat and state, are rejected for a counterposition of democracy and fascism presented as the quintessential revolutionary perspective.

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