radicality

radicality

(ˌrædɪˈkælɪtɪ)
n
the quality or state of being radical
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Given the newness and radicality of what they are to preach, Jesus believes that sending them by two's will make the task easier.
Curative surgical excision requires broadly negative margins through this tissue, a so called "radical hysterectomy." The radicality of hysterectomy has been categorized in stages, acknowledging that different sized lesions require different volumes of parametrial resection to achieve adequate clearance from the tumor.
The functional integrity of vital structures over meticulous radicality of the tumor resection must be considered, especially in the head and neck.
Radicality is not required for a medical process to cause harm.
Hence one of Maiolino's singular achievements: Her work with abstraction and figuration, with the body and with speech, and thus her implicit refusal of a unified visual language, exceeds any attempt to frame it, demonstrating another kind of radicality in art.
Groys points to the radicality of art offering repetition, like Francis Alys' animation Song for Lupita, showing a woman repeatedly "pouring water from one vessel to another," thus inviting considered reflection (191).
Indeed, this should stand as a reminder that radicality is not a static destination but a commitment to ongoing efforts to fight for and work towards a better world.
His topics are intermittency: transhistoricism, encounters: politics, objecthood: materialism, the real: persistence, quantity: radicality, austerity: lessness, and minimum: the extremes.
The book proceeds to lay a critique at the feet of radicals and pacifists, twin weaknesses--both aspire to purity--and numerous examples are given of how war/peace and radicality as standards have caused real practical problems for movements.
Beyond the first level of immersion in the artistic brilliance and philosophic depth of material we wanted to display, was an interest in de-isolating and recuperating an important neighbouring artistic history alongside its political history, and dwelling on its entanglement with a neglected part of India's own northeastern art history-the upsetting of national narratives through parallel affinities seen in the parallel programming--and a careful affection for the architectural particularities and histories of the building in which the exhibition was situated--which extended to giving space to an alternative history of radicality, in its nearby streets, through the works of Chicko.
So art progresses from radicality to acceptance, its 'scandal' sensitive to cultural shifts and assumptions.
Srecko Horvat, The Radicality of Love, Polity Press 2016