intertangle

Related to intertangle: entangled, intertwined

intertangle

(ˌɪntəˈtæŋɡəl)
vb (tr)
to tangle together
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He too uses these metaphors to show how language, desire, action, recognition, and reason intertangle. Games, language-games, articulate his first large argument, that "the speaking of language is part of an activity, or of a form of life" ([section] 23).
that Yiddish immigrants actually saw, and had the chance to interact with, Black people; and only in an American context that immigrants were systematically exposed to American "systems of speech" (27) and began to intertangle stereotype s with their own, Yiddish notions of "blackness" (e.g., shvarts-khenevdik, "black-charming," which is how Eastern European Jews described the darkest among their own "race.") (28)

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