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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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The state or property of having a connecting force; Also: The state or condition of being connected.

Usage examples (36)
  • Enowning is ongoing dynamic relationality, which necessarily brings continuous change.
  • In both cases, Bourdieu emphasizes positionality over substance, relationality over autonomy.
  • Feminists and pragmatists share an interest in an epistemology that is based in experience and relationality.
  • The idea of respect for particularity and relationality has also become an important topic recently in political philosophy. for more
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