Imposturous


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Im`pos´tur`ous


a.1.Impostrous; deceitful.
Strictness fales and impostrous.
- Beau. & Fl.
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Thus, if we relate the terms of the cross to the crucified realities of black social life, a theological praxis of refusal can be enacted to read the cross beyond mere identity and performance and position it as an imposturous yet concrete event that requires a disposition of defiance at its material existence.
Furthermore, by way of this comparison, he manages to transform his imposturous behavior into a common feature of human mortality.
What is really democratic about this largely pseudo, preposterous, imposturous democracy?