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- v. Present participle of ideologise.
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De-ideologising international relations would mean abandoning the European ideology.
Beneath all the arguments I can't see how a Briton could feel their dwelling now in Britain and as fundamentally as British objects is anything but cultural theft and sabotage; such sabotage, it has to be said, is par for the course in imperialist ideologising- being intrinsically superior one's rights are greater, and rather than sabotage, one is doing humanity a favour.
Two decades of eroding and ideologising have caused a lot of damage to the revolutionary thoughts.
Most important, he has argued for "de-ideologising" Islam, a position that puts him directly at odds with those who want to make Islam a political project bankrolled by extra-national syndicates.
The so called methodology of philosopher Eugenijus Meskauskas came from, aimed at, de-ideologising Marxism and analysing its concepts according to the principle of logical impeccability.
Medvedev’s problem is that de-ideologising international relations is exactly what most Western politicians are absolutely determined to avoid.