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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of historicize.


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  • Underwood's meticulous reading of period literature course syllabi historicizes his understanding of

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  • The end result undermines Maugham's social satire and historicizes the novel--leaving us, as I said, with much of the surface plot but little of its actual workings.


  • For the first time, it confronts these texts with the pragmatist philosophy of Charles Sanders Peirce, staging a conceptual dialogue between pragmatism and postmodernism that historicizes and recontextualizes customary readings of postmodern fiction.

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  • In this group exhibition, guest curator Lydia Yee historicizes the street as subject and stage, a space onto which artists project their shifting visions of public life.

  • It adds a new dimension to standard accounts of Rawls’s intellectual migration from an early interest in the impartiality of utilitarianism via Sidgwick, to the central affirmation of Kantianism and justice as fairness, and the late Hegelian turn that historicizes liberalism as a culturally specific phenomenon.

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  • "Like this student, Ms Steinem avoids the phrase" white woman, "because it historicizes their gender.

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