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The violent reactions of the police, killing on the spot bandits caught in the act, and images of bandit corpses diffused by newspapers and television represented them as living in a permanent state of exception, where being killed without any legal judgement was an ever-present possibility, inherent in their condition of extraneousness.
The majority of the 'classics' of modern times, from Baudelaire to Kafka, from Tolstoy to Svevo, are 'scandalous' even today: one cannot teach them without trying to convey the shock of their extraneousness from the modern world and its culture.
As in Dizdar's film, the modification of the traditional masculine social role in films of the early eighties actually provided a golden opportunity to demonstrate the extraneousness of Woman within the bourgeois home, that the father was quite capable of handling the job of socializing the young.
The extraneousness of their vehicles does not distract the reader's attention from the poems' main thread of discourse for more than a moment.
The essence of man's alienation in the contemporary world is perceived by John Paul II in the fact that man feels his extraneousness in relation to God and people, and in this sense negates his nature (2).
An elegant logic orders the initial categories of the biggest class, The Mind and Ideas: Existence, Nonexistence, Substantiality, Unsubstantiality, State, Circumstance, Intrinsicality, Extrinsicality, Accompaniment, Assemblage, Dispersion, Inclusion, Exclusion, Extraneousness, Relation, Unrelatedness, Correlation, Sameness, Contrariety, Difference, Uniformity, Nonuniformity, Multiformity, Similarity, Copy, Model, Dissimilarity.