Convulsionary


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Con`vul´sion`a`ry


a.1.Pertaining to convulsion; convulsive.
n.1.A convulsionist.
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So far, so conventional, but then, tucked away on page 254, is this convulsionary piece of information.
15) As a result, the etiological frame of the fascist ethos manifests its existential--political pathogenesis in the co-existence of technical repression of heterogeneity, a-functional and un-productive mode of existence, collective anxiety, and the neurotic and convulsionary collective ener-getism that emerged from the shock of the war.
And I prefer, to get out of hell, the landscapes of this quiet convulsionary to the teeming compositions of Breughel the Elder or Hieronymus Bosch, who are, in comparison with him, only artists, whereas Van Gogh is only a poor dunce determined not to deceive himself.