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1) Students subject to the sorts of flattening, undifferentiating discourses about Arabs that are so hegemonic come to see Arabs as a monolithic, homogeneous entity.
That is, having an undifferentiating emotion awareness, presenting problems in acting out emotions and in attending to others' emotions, and having a low awareness of body symptoms were associated with a higher number of somatic complaints in adults.
25) In its vision, Rwanda will overcome its past violence and social divisions by replacing ethnicity and other "potentially divisive substate loyalties with an undifferentiating concept of Rwandan-ness.
Furthermore, the undifferentiating educational practices of Socrates and Plato were sustained in the educational practices of Plato's followers, including neo-Platonists such Plotinus.
In practice, however, regime change is sweeping and undifferentiating in its violence.
We now extend the same degree of undifferentiating refusal even to those phenomena that, while hard to credit, deserve to be heeded," Walton writes.
The main factors required for a cell to be regarded as a mesenchymal stem cell are their adhesion potential in monolayer culture during in vitro conditions, maintain their undifferentiating characteristics during extended passaging, and differentiation potential into chondrocytes, osteocytes and adipocytes in vitro (3-5).
The Akan regard human and non-human forms of life as constituting a single, undifferentiating whole.
This negation of the duality does not imply the undifferentiating between the two cultural interactants; instead, it refers to no fixed stereotypes and prejudices of the interactants to allow the interpenetration and interfusion between the two polarities (Starosta & Chen, 2003).
It is possible capital markets may not be thinking in joined-up fashion at all, but are instead gripped by undifferentiating fear of the sort that briefly sees even gold as a "risk asset" to be fled from.
Nietzsche's "established, canonical, and binding" yet simultaneously exhausted usage; Wittgenstein's language games transmitted from generation to generation so that doubt about the rules never has a chance to assert itself; Pinter's "empty definition and cliche"--all of these emphasize the undifferentiating, de-differentiated nature of discourse that cannot help but transform subjects into "ventriloquist's dumm[ies]," mouthpieces for the proclamations of what Pete terms "a machine of which they remain, whether they like it or not, a part" (133).
Schelling's night drew on Novalis's, against which Schelling seemed anxious to juxtapose, in order to differentiate, his undifferentiating Absolute.