binarism

bi·na·rism

 (bī′nə-rĭz′əm)
n.
1. The analysis of complex objects or systems in terms of binary oppositions, especially in a facile or simplistic way.
2. A dichotomy.

bi′na·rist adj. & n.

binarism

(ˈbaɪnərɪzəm)
n
the state of being binary
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But to interpret the comparative of the number's title, "Queerer than Fiction," as expressing a competitive relation--that queer identity is stranger than even the strangeness accorded to fiction--would be to fall back on the binarism that reparative reading means to redress.
Earlier, Wanna One's label made an official statement that Wanna One's symbol for the newest album is created based on the same idea from Plato's book and added it matches the group's unique concepts such as destiny, binarism and infinity.
In regard to Duras' absolutist statements regarding gender roles, Danielle Pafunda suggests, "there's a binarism to Duras's constructions in this interview that just won't fly now" ("So Where Is This Wild Silent Country").
But other trans identifications vigorously reject gender binarism, taking us back to the ebullient transsexual lesbian, Kate Bornstein, who wrote Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women, and the Rest of Us, later saying that 'I'm probably the only lesbian to have successfully castrated a man and gone on to laugh about it on stage, in print and on national television'.
When Peters urges us not to be hostages to the binarism that privileges spatiality over temporality (as is often the case in the globalized world) but rather to reclaim the educational import of critical historiographies he paves the way for the kinds of practical syllogisms that are required by philosophers/educators as public intellectuals if people are to be mobilized towards concomitant demonstrative acts.
The exchange of roles and identities disrupts the solidification of generalizations and restrictive binarism, evident in the characters of Hoja and the Venetian slave.
Indeed, it continues to exert its influence in propagating the binarism that Zhuang attempts to dismantle.
Which is quite antiquated (you can get 24 points for "antiquation" in Scrabble, by the way - I confirmed this with a man), but then the 2004 tourney might not have featured many uses of the word "kyriarchy", or "binarism".
These films--such as Nissim Mosek's Citizen Nawi (2007), Shlomi Eldar's Precious Life (2010), Naomi Lev's Ameer Got His Gun (2011), Erez Laufer's One Day after the Peace (2012), Noa Ben Hagay's Blood Relation (2010), Nurit Kedar and Yaron Shany's Life Sentences (2013), Anat Zuria's The Lesson (2013), Nadav Schirman's The Green Prince (2014), and Slomi Eldar's Foreign Land (2107)--lead to an inter-ethnic reconciliation that subverts ethnic binarism and calls for fluidity in self-other subject positions.
Some people won't use a term to describe their sexual preferences at all in effort to eliminate the negative aspects of gender binarism.
David-Fox hopes to overcome the binarism of the modernity/ neotraditionalist discourse and proposes that we "take modernity as a lens, a heuristic device rather than a problem that can be solved with some sort of aggressively formulated thesis or empirical breakthrough" (7).