culturalized

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  • The Oedipus had been subtracted from the social sphere, treated as a private affair of the family, dehistoricized, de-sociologized, de-culturalized.

    Fractal Oedipal

  • The Oedipus had been subtracted from the social sphere, treated as a private affair of the family, dehistoricized, de-sociologized, de-culturalized.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • So perhaps some traditional sense of culturalized Judeo-Christian morality will suffice, but I think that you perhaps concede too much in saying that Burkeians necessarily have the safety valve that libertarians lack.

    Responding to Jonah's response to that hot diavlog.

  • For Africans were de-culturalized in ways intended to de-mystify, demean and devastate their personality and leave them unclear about their identity, values, and spirituality.

    Bottle-Necks of Development in Africa

  • Similarly, we find ourselves living within a cultural context in which the majesty and radical reality of God's amazing grace has been subdued, culturalized, and rendered largely impotent.

    Dakota Voice

  • However, having no earthly conception of what Jesus means, coupled with a rather benign Christianity that has suffered more conversion to the culture than vice versa (i.e., it's become culturalized), we rarely experience or display the radical transforming power and truth of the gospel.

    Dakota Voice

  • Explore how the majesty and radical reality of God's amazing grace has been culturalized and rendered impotent in America.

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