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nondegenerate

(ˌnɒndɪˈdʒɛnərət)
adj
(Mathematics) maths not degenerate
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The Firstness exists in itself and also in the degenerate form in Secondness and in Thirdness.
The German occupiers left them largely undisturbed; only late in 1944 did they brand kroncong an intolerable hybrid and degenerate form of music.
Note that non-degenerate differentiable kernels may be converted to the degenerate form, by using Taylor series expansion.
It is being converted from a political right to an exclusively economic one and democracy comes to mean solely economic democracy, though even that comes in the degenerate form of greater inequality.
Indeed, if we look seriously at Western culture's five dominant religious traditions--Judaism, Christianity, Islam, the Enlightenment, and Marxism (whose degenerate form was fascist Communism)--we soon find that they all, in different ways, claim far too much, whether it be about "God" or "man.
Instead of capitalism, these wealth-seeking bureaucrats prefer to mire entrepreneurs in red tape and pointless rules, leaving Russia and the other pieces of the former Soviet Union with an economic system that consists of "a degenerate form of state socialism in which the nomenklatura capitalizes on its political power, and muddles through without the benefit of planning or markets.
In some conceptualizations this is a degenerate form, with the ruling "gang" having succeeded in displacing more broadly based, formal institutions that at one stage possessed mobilizational capabilities.
Five years before his death, he delivered a copy of American Ornithology to then President Jefferson, who discussed with him the assertion of the Europeans that American flora and fauna were simply degenerate forms of European ones.
That genre of music is still with us, though it continues to morph into ever more degenerate forms, pulling our culture ever lower.
The second chapter, analyzing the pantomime Omai; or a trip round the World in the context of (other) ethnographic responses to the voyages of Captain Cook, argues that that "specter of aristocratic dissipation" (already apparent in The Nabob) is shifted onto "racialized figures of the underclass" through the equation of degenerate forms of London sociability and represented Tahitian sexual practices (75).
It is a foreshadowing of his incredibly detailed transcriptions in Folktales of Newfoundland (1996), "The Humorous Grace Cante Fable" (1974) and "More on the Humorous Grace Cante Fable" (1976) are exhibitions of tales with rhymes that may be degenerate forms of cante fable.
Second, it occurs in a pure, long-term form manifest across human history and global populations but also in degenerate forms which apply to shorter time periods and to social institutions.