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- All the dichotomies and polarities can be dissolved and forgiven in that blessed moment of utter peace and tranquility.
- No doubt Vermeer owed a particular debt to Delft, but it is the great dichotomies of Dutch art generally that nourished his genius.
- Sheetal is a first generation Indian-American who captures perfectly the dichotomies of growing up Indian in America with her three dimensional portrayals of real women.
- As dichotomies go, there's a pretty huge one between the jargon of media studies theory and the language actually spoken in the modern newsroom.
- The dichotomies upon which this film is based sometimes seem to be treated too simply.
- The old dichotomies of liberal-conservative, internationalist-isolationist, dove-hawk are breaking apart.
- The old dichotomies between current and non-current, custody and non-custody, and even records and archives may be distinct relics of the past.
- At first, the dichotomies of work and play, games and play, adult leisure and children's play, and sport and play served to define play by what it was not.
- One of the problems with the spurious dichotomies posed between nature and nurture, or genes and environment, is that they don't help us understand the process of development.
- Far from it, the great majority of scientists and philosophers are still stuck in the conceptual dichotomies that were appropriate to an earlier stage of science.
- The old dichotomies begin to collapse as artists emphasize their sense of symbiosis with, rather than detachment from, Nature.
- These writers interpret bits of disconnected data to reassert the old dichotomies of men versus women, of biology versus culture.
- This argued that a new kind of conflict had emerged, requiring a new kind of strategy ignoring the traditional dichotomies between civil and military, peace and war.
- The discussion focused not on game design, but on the dichotomies between the technical and the artistic sides of the industry.
- Yet dichotomies remain: urban and rural, traditional and modern, communist and capitalist.
- One of the fundamental dichotomies in classical physics was that between energy and matter.
- The dichotomies are multiple, and the perspectives on this dispute are diverse as well.
- But such simple dichotomies incorrectly assume there are easy distinctions to be made between the virtual and the actual, subject and object, or human and machine.
- I believe such dichotomies are misleading and unrealistic.
- He railed against the creation of artificial dichotomies, such as head versus heart, reason versus irrationality.