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