centrifugence

centrifugence

(ˌsɛntrɪˈfjuːdʒəns)
n
the property of being centrifugal
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"The centripetence augments the centrifugence. We balance one man with his opposite, and the health of the state depends on the see-saw" (Emerson, 1983, "Uses of Great Men," p.
In the end La bicicleta de Leonardo is just a sideboard of the writer's artistic defects, an exercise in excess and centrifugence. The reader is left thinking that PITII should stick to what he does best: brief, straightforward novels about politics wherein Hector Belascoaran Shayne is at center stage.
An initial way to characterize Boatright and Faust's misrepresentation of Emerson is to say they overemphasize the "centrifugence" in Emerson's writing and neglect the "centripetence": that is, they emphasize how Emerson describes forces driving us away from the center but ignore how he also describes forces pulling us back.