radicality

radicality

(ˌrædɪˈkælɪtɪ)
n
the quality or state of being radical
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14) To expose the full radicality of Sartre's project, Pieper provides a careful analysis of Sartre's famous--and philosophically problematic--"paper knife" example from Existentialism is a Humanism, in which Sartre writes:
demands from us our own radicality that can only come from the overflowing of the spirit of God within us.
Their notion of self and as missionaries was transformed in the complex interweaving of locality and lived experience; the Sisters asserted their own sense of living the radicality of the Gospel.
He attributed to it a single meaning: "the radicality of the spectacle, the brutality of the spectacle" that succeeded in revealing "a triumphant globalization fighting with itself.
A consistent body of literature focused on oncologic and QOL results after trachelectomy, which was the first proposed fertility-sparing surgery (1) and that showed a safety in terms of radicality and recurrence rate (3, 21).
Nevertheless, I want to assert a certain radicality by linking Black philosophy to the exercise of parrhesia and note Black philosophy's role in cultivating a parrhesiastic attitude toward traditional philosophy.
GLIOLAN was developed to provide neurosurgeons with an effective tool to increase radicality of brain tumour resection without compromising safety for the patients.
The radicality of this additional decolonial turn, which will no doubt point to the political actions needed to address the human being who continues to suffer under the weight of a profoundly and inhumanly imposed system of justice, demands interrogation into the normative when justice is, at the end of the day, not enough but beyond which waits the better underside of human life.
Stage and radicality of resection have traditionally been reported to predict outcomes in patients with primary esophageal carcinoma (1-4).
For Horkheimer, 'The radicality of the formulation deprives the statement of its radicality' (58).
But he also suggests something with a radicality that is lost in his later writings: