Definition of Binarism

1. a mode of thought based on oppositions [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Binarism

binanes
binangle
binapacryl
binaphthalene
binaphthol
binaphtholate
binaphtholates
binaphthols
binaphthyl
binaries
binarily
binariness
binarisation
binarise
binarised
binarism (current term)
binarisms
binarities
binarity
binarization
binarize
binarized
binarseniate
binarseniates
binary
binary-coded decimal
binary-compatible
binary acid
binary antonym
binary antonyms

Literary usage of Binarism

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1. Skills-building for Gender Mainstreaming in HIV/AIDS: Research and Practice by Bridgette Prince, Sarah Pugh, Sharon Kleintjes (2007)
"... HIV/AIDS still hinge on a determinist binarism of masculinity versus femininity. Thus, much of the focus has been on attempts to raise awareness around ..."

2. Post Ex Sub Dis: Urban Fragmentations and Constructions by Ghent Urban Studies Team, Aaron Betsky (2002)
"... binarism was Georg Simmel, who on more than one occasion iden- J 2, ~ % il •§ ^ T3 -§ tified the metropolis as the true locus of modernity. ..."

3. Poole's Index to Periodical Literature: 1st-[5th] Supplement, Jan. 1, 1882 by William Frederick Poole, William Isaac Fletcher, American Library Association (1893)
"Polarity and binarism. Chris. Q. 6: 97. Polarization, Circular, of certain Tartrate Solutions. (JH Long) Am. J. Sei. 138: 264. Pole, Margaret, and her Sons. ..."

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