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(110) These "over-trust" and unsophistication arguments would
Viewed in this way, the fact of superstition, which traditionally connotes ignorance and unsophistication, becomes far less important than the ends to which superstition is put....
(8) Indeed, those who think a 10- or 20,000 person advisory corps, or partnering as we conceive it, are suitable counters to terrorism or insurgency display little more their own unsophistication about the non-West.
Certain of its techniques may be sophisticated, but what makes Big Data useful as a tool for life is its unsophistication. It diminishes the benefit of acquiring knowledge for oneself, in the same way that writing, as Socrates described it in Plato's Phaedrus, "introduce[d] forgetfulness into the souls of those who learn it." Simply ignoring the why and wherefore of facts may bring moral corrosion, too.
Locally, the terra may he used disparagingly connoting ignorance and unsophistication. It may also speak to a prideful identity that stems from the memories of the Haitian revolution and resistance to foreign occupation or as the true "keepers" of Haitian culture.
Finally such "silliness" is well matched by the unsophistication of polentacium's sub-literary suffix -acium, which should not therefore be eliminated by Nicolini's recent and quite unwarranted emendation.
It is not simply the invention of words that betrays the unsophistication of the American effort, but some U.S.
Aoyama ("Eureka," "Sad Vacation") brings an odd unsophistication to the proceedings in story, character and lensing.
The NCUA may have detected "a level of unsophistication" on those boards and is now counting on the rules to correct conditions, but the rules themselves don't even require training, said Demangone.
Yet Bookchin repeatedly criticised activists such as the German Autonomen for their theoretical and organisational unsophistication, failing to see that the absence of rigid ideological affiliations and organisational structures could be a political strength rather than a weakness (e.g.
The press release ties the motif to the artist's tactile sensibilities, but more tempting is to read the palms as self-surrogates, notches of presence that intimate just what, to put it baldly, he can accomplish with his hands--an allegory that, in its very unsophistication, throws his considerable skill into relief.