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


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  • That complicates the anniversary; it "overdetermines" it, as we say in the trade.

    Three Years Later

  • More than the unrestrained power hunger that we possess - which seems to be the flip side of the same coin that overdetermines our representation as oversexed, uncontrollable vixens and various "bad girls" - is the longstanding tradition of perceiving black womanhood as incongruous with the "cult of true womanhood," encapsulated in the mythical construct of the "lady," the ultimate paragon of decorum, virtue, and femininity.

    Forget Black President: Is America Ready for a Black First Lady?

  • But, Tolliver claims, the student's belief about the period pseudo-overdetermines her belief about the length of the pendulum, and hence gets counted, on Swain's theory, as the basis of her belief about the length of the pendulum.

    The Epistemic Basing Relation

  • Thus, the complicated line of reasoning pseudo-overdetermines the lawyer's belief that his client is innocent, and hence, on (DB), the lawyer's belief is based on the complicated line of reasoning in Lehrer's original example.

    The Epistemic Basing Relation

  • Of course Lady Gaga is terrible and gets too much credit, but the way out of and around these kinds of horrible conversations and contrivances around music and pop culture in general is to get over this romance of transgression that ruins and overdetermines music to death.

    Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture

  • As a result, it cannot be fully and finally pinned down to any particular conception because it transcends and overdetermines them all.


  • The Process that mangles, overdetermines, and conceals the threads of actions (the effects) pointing back to subjective intentions.

    TELOSscope: The Telos Press blog

  • Perhaps this is an echo of human will or any will for that matter, one that does not yet take on the consistency of agency, yet overdetermines the trajectory of elements that have a consistency and the character of this consistency.

    event mechanics

  • In the former construal, the human overdetermines and conditions all other relations.

    Larval Subjects .

  • from Larval Subjects by larvalsubjects: I contend that, in one way or another, all of these solutions result from the Hegemonic Fallacy where it is held that culture overdetermines everything else, or rather that all entities persons, objects in the world are merely vehicles of cultural significations.

    Archive 2009-02-01


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