deracination


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Susman associates Jewishness with deracination not because she considers the Jew to be an agent of destructive antitraditional forces, but because it was the Western Jew who was most deeply affected by modernity.
Thus postwar French philosophy sets about appropriating the figure of the Jew as a subject position available to all who care to embrace these characteristics of deracination, rationality, and cosmopolitanism.
8] For Munro, the soldier offers an alternative form of masculinity, one with emotional resources that stave off deracination.
We've seen the wanton disregard for its effects on the environment and the spiritual deracination it can effect when profit is elevated above all other social and personal priorities.
Heritage and Deracination in Walker's 'Everyday Use.
These questions relate to the idea that enslaved and forcibly transported Akan endured material deracination or dispossession of their West African temporal culture.
Following Abe, Teshigahara conceives the desert island as a corrective to the deracination of modernity.
Memory in the Caribbean case evokes a painful History of colonial and imperial suzerainty, brutal conquest, economic exploitation, cultural deracination and racial oppression.
Part of correcting the aberration in Syria's situation then - as it stood before the uprising against the regime - is to stop the deracination of Syria from the Arab world, by virtue of which Syria has been primarily an ally of Iran.
In this chilling turn of events, the 'strange fruit' of her lifeless corpse embodies the consequences of postcolonial violence, deracination and disempowerment.
This "domestication" is through a deracination in Butler, who shows the potential of a species to erase their characteristic "essences" in order to fit in better with their ecosystem.
But so has his radical deracination, his isolation both from his blood kin in south Georgia and his colleagues at the University of Florida over the years.