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  • noun Alternative form of relativization.

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  • But this very "relativisation" is double-edged, for becoming involved in a "whataboutist" contest at all is also to accept that there is a scale of comparison between different cases of violence committed against civilians.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

  • But this very "relativisation" is double-edged, for becoming involved in a "whataboutist" contest at all is also to accept that there is a scale of comparison between different cases of violence committed against civilians.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

  • But this very "relativisation" is double-edged, for becoming involved in a "whataboutist" contest at all is also to accept that there is a scale of comparison between different cases of violence committed against civilians.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

  • But this very "relativisation" is double-edged, for becoming involved in a "whataboutist" contest at all is also to accept that there is a scale of comparison between different cases of violence committed against civilians.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

  • But this very "relativisation" is double-edged, for becoming involved in a "whataboutist" contest at all is also to accept that there is a scale of comparison between different cases of violence committed against civilians.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

  • This relativisation of actuality is viable thanks to a remarkable property of the formalism of quantum mechanics.

    Relational Quantum Mechanics

  • Objections to adverbialism focus on whether this relativisation of ways things have (or ˜instantiate™) properties can explain change without simply raising further problems about the nature of instantiation.

    Temporal Parts

  • Too Big to Know: David Weinberger explains how knowledge works in the Internet age According to artist Lorenzo Oggiano, his computer-generated art is made to... …stimulate thought and dialogue on the progressive relativisation of natural forms of life as a result of techno-biological evolution.

    Boing Boing

  • The West's long-due process of self-relativisation at the end of the colonial era, which was promoted by postmodernist and structuralist ideas, has led to cultural relativism and the loss of criteria.

    signandsight.com

  • The West's long-due process of self-relativisation at the end of the colonial era, which was promoted by postmodernist and structuralist ideas, has led to cultural relativism and the loss of criteria.

    signandsight.com

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