devalorize

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devalorize

(diːˈvæləˌraɪz) or

devalorise

vb (tr)
1. (Economics) a variant form of devalue
2. a variant form of devalue
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Thus, Vo at times seems to invert (and turn back on us) the extreme cruelty of the colonialist gaze by shifting the original violence of the recent past to allegorical cuts devalorizing classical and Christian objects and images in the present.
Sustainable rural development should reverse many of the devalorizing, centralizing and marginalizing tendencies which are ingrained in the conventional bio and agri-industrial economy.
In short, devalorizing the feminine produces even as it obscures vast inequalities of power, authority, and resource distribution.
Como ha observado Didier Eribon en su estudio epistemologico del insulto, "Throughout the ages, homosexuality has given rise to a proliferation of devalorizing and degrading images, especially caricatures [.
This is understandable, given Augustin's social position and origins and the imperative of ambition, but it could also be read as a subtly devalorizing move.
New reflection on homo-ness could lead us to a salutary devalorizing of difference--or, more exactly, to a notion of difference not as a trauma to be overcome (a view that, among other things, nourishes antagonistic relations between the sexes), but rather as a nonthreatening supplement to sameness.