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  • v. Present participle of hegemonise.


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  • The lies of ideology, in other words, do not necessarily do their job by being believed, but by hegemonising a conceptual agenda irrespective of whether they are believed. —

    SF Quote of the Night – 2 « Gerry Canavan

  • The second is a violent, hegemonising religion written by a man who had been driven from his home and was understandably annoyed and frustrated.

    A 'completely false' sense of grievance

  • To ignore the violent and hegemonising aspects of the Koran and Hadiths, and by extension the religion based on them, is both blinkered and dangerous.

    Tolerance, the Muslim way

  • Christianity has long since dropped the hegemonising tendency.

    Tolerance, the Muslim way

  • However, what I am saying is that Islam is a hegemonising religion in a way that Christianity is not.

    Tolerance, the Muslim way

  • I have pointed out before that Islam is a hegemonising religion: it does not tolerate those who do not adhere to its strictures.

    BMA spineless: CRE useless

  • These distinctions aside, the three formations bear the responsibility of hegemonising the youth terrain in the face of reactionary youth forces whose agenda is to project their mother bodies.

    Mayibuye - December 1997

  • You don’t have to be doing hegemonising on purpose to be doing it you know, Mr Scalzi.

    Sundry Notes, 2/8/07 « Whatever


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