enantiomorphism


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en·an·ti·o·morph

 (ĭ-năn′tē-ə-môrf′)
[Greek enantios, opposite; see ant- in Indo-European roots + -morph.]

en·an′ti·o·mor′phic, en·an′ti·o·mor′phous adj.
en·an′ti·o·mor′phism n.
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Noun1.enantiomorphism - the relation of opposition between crystals or molecules that are reflections of one another
opposition - a direction opposite to another
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1) The article signed by Souad Mekhennet surprises the anguished actuality of an unseen war, of the postmodern conflict between two worlds in a completely antagonist relation on one side, an explicable relation of social enantiomorphism (2) in the context of migration, of actual deteritorialisation (3) and, on the other side, a virulent clash of religious ideologies, religious and antireligious fundamentalisms.
We witness the power of reformation and transformation of the feminist waves which we see in comparison with the model of topological transformations of the Mobius Band, as the invisible structures with square faces marked by lack of directionality and enantiomorphism, assembled/ coupled in various relatively opposable and relatively complementary manners: the political wave--of the suffragettes; the ideological wave--of a liberal type, the foundation and the promoter of more or less contradictory derivates, translated either by ideology, or by activism; the cultural wave--translated by the failure of the postmodern co-involvement of the feminist approaches and their "cast" into the space of trans-feminisms.
They regard wavelet transform as a set of enantiomorphism filters and use a set of high-pass and low-pass enantiomorphism filters to decompose signal.