extraneity

extraneity

(ˌɛkstrəˈneɪɪtɪ)
n
the state or quality of being extraneous
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The Court rejected as unreasonably the criticism, showing that, essentially, there are similarities between the two procedures, especially on addressing the result, which means that the purpose of the order is the same, only the procedure is different, due to the extraneity element.
This physical and (meta) physical identification at the heart of the exotic accounts for the tension often present between extraneity and the erotic" (1).
However, far from demonstrating the role of L'Arte di Persuadere as Ur-text, the apparent similarity, when put under further scrutiny, works as the key to access their radical extraneity (12).
This gives a first account of the radical extraneity of La Persuasione e la Rettorica from the horizon of L'Arte di Persuadere.
The norms of internal law are conceived in such as manner as to regulate juridical relations that have no extraneity elements whatsoever, this leading to an important deficiency concerning the solutions they provide in regulating international trade contracts.
In "Anna Maria Ortese's A lonso e i visionari: A Reflection on Bourgeois Culture and the Anni di Piombo in Italy," Cosetta Seno Reed explores the dichotomy of Ortese's extraneity from both the traditional literary canon and the bourgeoisie, and her "nostalgic yearning" to have been a part of them (104).
This physical and (meta)physical identification at the heart of the exotic accounts for the tension often present between extraneity and the erotic" (1).
Underlining their extraneity to the village, their speech is never translated in the subtitles.
Whatever the Africanist orthodoxy tells us, the precariousness of national political equilibria is not a manifestation of the organic inadequacy of the State, nor even a supplementary proof of its extraneity.
He thus becomes a symbol of the basic extraneity of the educated classes, whether linked to the state or the Church, from the people they are called to instruct.