decentre

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decentre

(diːˈsɛntə) or

decenter

vb (tr)
1. (Architecture) to take away a temporary support from
2. to deprive of a central position
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decentre

decenter (US) [diːˈsentəʳ] VTdescentrar
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In particular, it concentrates on the decentring and re-centring of socially shared structures of meaning.
Decentring empires involves acknowledging diasporas, and in so doing acknowledging the multiplicities inherent in the project of modernity, both in the past and in the present.
The centring and decentring refer to physical spaces but, much more importantly, to theological truths of kenosis and hospitality, as well as to the historical and social realities of our world today.
By decentring the more familiar North American narrative of immigration out of Mexico, their essay asks readers to reconsider assumptions of how societies and nations accept, regulate, dialogue, and think about immigrant groups in their midst.
Decentring Autonomous Rationality, Decentring Adulthood
Decentring work; critical perspectives on leisure, social policy, and human development.
Like other analysts of postmodernism, Jameson acknowledges that the decentring of the subject is fundamental to postmodernity but criticises the fragmentation, while seemingly defending the modern monadic subject.
To put it simply, Hegelian recognition is oriented towards the development of autonomous agency whereas Nietzschean will to power is oriented towards the affective, unconscious decentring of the autonomous subject.
Decentring the Renaissance: Canada and Europe in Multidisciplinary Perspective, 1500-1700.
The decentring of the `author' into a dispersed `subject' or a discursive `function' is the unifying sounding-board of the collection.
In the other volume, instead of a complexly varied and genially nuanced variety of scholarly responses to works of literature, there is a deliberately fragmented, decentred, and decentring refusal of everything which constitutes the Summers' volume.
The decentring of the traditional university; the future of (self) education in virtually figured worlds.