undouble

un·dou·ble

 (ŭn-dŭb′əl)
tr.v. un·dou·bled, un·dou·bling, un·dou·bles
To unfold, as a piece of paper money.

undouble

(ʌnˈdʌbəl)
vb (tr)
to stretch out or unfold
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It's clear although by appearance of this view and wholeness has more growth in fegh(Jurisprudence) but in fact make it disable and in solving people problems and to protect religion avoid growth of knowledge of people and society undouble it maybe because of destroying the culture and knowledge of society.
Undouble in some aspects the V4 countries are in discordance, and this is probably the result of different relations that each V4 member has with other EU Member States (MS) or blocs of MSs.
This belief holds the Beats back from the postmodern discovery, namely, that the solution to modern alienation is not "to simply undouble double consciousness" (161) but rather to multiply the number of identities performed by any subject, and to embrace the activity of performance itself as an immediate pleasure preferable to the elusive ideal of authenticity.