rearticulated

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rearticulate.

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Examples

  • In a figurative taxonomy, I reckon, these four rhetorics -- immersive, portal-quest, intrusion and liminal -- could be rearticulated in terms of four key quirks: realm; portal; rift; seam.

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Seams

  • Again the Western myth is being rearticulated in the idiom of Crime if not of realism.

    Freeform Critique

  • In a figurative taxonomy, I reckon, these four rhetorics -- immersive, portal-quest, intrusion and liminal -- could be rearticulated in terms of four key quirks: realm; portal; rift; seam.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Again the Western myth is being rearticulated in the idiom of Crime if not of realism.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Rearticulation: Where a proposition, p, asserts only p's own necessary truth ( "p is necessarily true"), for the hypothesis of this to be objective it must be rearticulated as a proposition, p2, that a proposition, p1, is necessary, where p1 is a proposition that p is true.

    A Response to a Response

  • If "God exists necessarily" is an objectively hypothetical proposition, P, then it must be rearticulated as, "It is necessary (P2) that it is true (P1) that God exists (P)."

    A Response to a Response

  • The idea of the haven and privacy of the Jewish home, and in particular the myth of the special quality of Jewish motherhood, were rearticulated within the discursive framework of the newly acquired “liberal” middle-class values.

    Modern Netherlands.

  • If "God exists necessarily" is an objectively hypothetical proposition, P, then it must be rearticulated as, "It is necessary (P2) that it is true (P1) that God exists (P)."

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Rearticulation: Where a proposition, p, asserts only p's own necessary truth ( "p is necessarily true"), for the hypothesis of this to be objective it must be rearticulated as a proposition, p2, that a proposition, p1, is necessary, where p1 is a proposition that p is true.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • To be an objectively hypothetical proposition, the assertion of the necessity of God's existence must be rearticulated as a proposition that "It is necessary (P2) that it is true (P1) that W manifests God as a feature (P)."

    A Response to a Response

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