parti pris


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par·ti pris

 (pär′tē prē′)
n. pl. par·tis pris (pär′tē)
An inclination for or against something or someone that affects judgment; prejudice or bias.

[French : parti, decision, side + pris, taken.]

parti pris

(parti pri)
n
a preconceived opinion
[C19: literally: side taken]

par•ti pris

(ˌpɑr ti ˈpri)

n., pl. par•tis pris (ˌpɑr ti ˈpriz, ˈpri)
a preconceived attitude or opinion.
[1870–75; < French: literally, the side taken]

parti pris

A French phrase meaning side taken, used to mean a prejudice or preconceived opinion.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.parti pris - an opinion formed beforehand without adequate evidence; "he did not even try to confirm his preconceptions"
opinion, persuasion, sentiment, thought, view - a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty; "my opinion differs from yours"; "I am not of your persuasion"; "what are your thoughts on Haiti?"
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I had never encountered such a violent parti pris of seclusion; it was more than keeping quiet--it was like hunted creatures feigning death.
Cette decision apparait comme une manifestation de parti pris pro-israelien de la Maison Blanche et de remettre encore plus en cause le role de Washington comme mediateur dans le conflit israelo-palestinien.
Accuse de parti pris dans sa gestion des candidatures pour l'organisation de la coupe du monde 2026, Gianni Infantino, president de la FIFA a ete dans l'obligation de faire une sortie mediatique pour tirer au clair cette affaire et eviter tout quiproquo.
L'administration amA@ricaine est responsable de l'A@chec des pourparlers de paix, vu son parti pris pour IsraAe1/2l", a dA@clarA@ le ministre palestinien, ajoutant qu'"elle n'aura, A l'avenir, aucun rA le dans le processus de paix en dehors d'un mA@canisme international multilatA@ral sous l'A@gide de l'ONU".
Clarke a poursuivi en disant qu'a cette fin, le President se doit de se montrer impartial et de traiter tous les deputes de la meme facon et sans parti pris.
Works discussed include Parti Pris, LAE&lt;AEE&gt;pave, and oLe MaAtre de Kon&lt;AEe&gt;.
De acordo com essa ideia de uma crise do lirismo romantico, em que sentido poderiamos dizer que o "caixote", o "camarao", e outros "objetos" de Le Parti pris des choses [Opartido das coisas]permitiram vislumbrar essa "renovacao do lirismo no seculo XX", *** ao mesmo tempo em que tomavam as coisas em sua materialidade?
Personal prejudice and parti pris should play no part in the exercise.
En etablissant le parti pris d'une convergence entre les medias ou l'haptique et autres sens sont grandement convoques, nous lancons des ponts vers une nouvelle reconfiguration de notre paysage artistique.
I hasten to add that Lanzmann's invitation to reconsider our preconceptions about Nazi collaborators is valuable in much the same way and for the same reasons as Arendt's invitation to reconsider our parti pris regarding Nazi butchers, even if Lanzmann's invitation entails forgiveness and hers doesn't.
It is of course impossible to write a book on modern Vietnam without a certain parti pris, yet Lam is generally even-handed in discussing the shortcomings and mistakes on the different sides of the conflict.
In a meticulous presentation of Ponge's early biography and the circumstances of the publication of some of his works (notably Le Parti pris des choses), the author cites information and insights that emerge from the Archives Ponge and also from interviews with Ponge's daughter, Armande Ponge.

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