nonantagonistic

nonantagonistic

(ˌnɒnænˌtæɡəˈnɪstɪk)
adj
not antagonistic, hostile, or incompatible
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This nonantagonistic approach would have somehow demonstrated the pragmatism of his China pivot.
As illustrated in Table 11, however, the majority of LGBTQ characters were nonantagonistic NPCs, followed by playable characters (PCs).
Also, in this essay, the phrase "the unity of antagonism" was developed alongside "the identity or unity of contradiction"--antagonism existed between communism/socialism and their enemies, whereas contradictions (which Mao said were nonantagonistic) still existed in the worker-peasant alliance that was revolutionary China's bedrock (as the Cultural Revolution showed a few years later, Mao was being somewhat optimistic in calling this situation "non-antagonistic").
Danilov, "Stability of the solutions in nonantagonistic differential games with transferable payoffs," Journal of Leningrad University, pp.
rhizogenes strain K84, which was known as a nonantagonistic strain for control grapevine crown gall, was not able to inhibit tumor formation on grapevine shoots (Fig.
Not all interactions, however, are cooperative or otherwise nonantagonistic. Hibbard (1963) reported an interaction between a red fox (Vulpes vulpes) and a badger in which the fox repeatedly lured the badger away from a sheep carcass.
(22) Thus gender's intimate relationship with the state in Chinese history and its nonantagonistic social value in the Maoist era explain why gender becomes a convenient and perhaps even inevitable means of reconstituting Chinese national identity and justifying the politico-economic transition to neoliberalism.
Patients with diagonistic dyspraxia may also show other abnormal behaviors in the left hand during right hand tasks or during bimanual tasks, such as nonantagonistic, irrelevant movements to the right limb, and the occasional inability to move the left hand at will during a bimanual task.
This book presents a positive affirmation of faith with essays that are sincere, nonantagonistic, and respectful of other faiths and atheistic perspectives.
Nineteenth-century materialist philosophy, which should have incorporated a systemic analysis into its dialectics in terms of recognition of nonantagonistic and irresolvable differences and distinctions, instead adopted a theory of the productive forces in the twentieth century, which was denounced by various so-called "anti-revisionist" organizations.