In the latter case you can relativise the notion of model and write ˜I. From Wordnik.com. [Model Theory] Reference
It is just sad how people try to relativise things and dilute the point of others. From Wordnik.com. [Outrage in India over Detention of Popular Actor at US Airport « Antiwar.com Blog] Reference
Meme si, selon ma psy, mon probleme est justement que je relativise beaucoup trop!!. From Wordnik.com. [pinku-tk Diary Entry] Reference
And in recognizing their dependence they relativise their own reality in some ways. From Wordnik.com. [How Religion is Misunderstood] Reference
Perhaps predictably, there have been attempts to minimise or relativise his achievement or to make us think just a little less of him. From Wordnik.com. ['Freedom and Slavery' - Wilberforce Lecture 2007] Reference
Of course if one does not want to relativise to a language one needs to insert ˜or some samesayer of S™ or use the word ˜proposition™, and this involves the notion of proposition or intertranslatability. From Wordnik.com. [The Identity Theory of Mind] Reference
"It was a step taken at a high level to relativise anti-Semitism and the Holocaust," said Stephan Kramer. From Wordnik.com. [The Times of India] Reference
Capital relies on an unusual narrative structure, driven by a complex methodological vision, which requires the text gradually to assemble resources to relativise its own opening claims. From Wordnik.com. [Roughtheory.org] Reference
"It was a step taken at a high level to relativise anti-Semitism and the Holocaust," said Stephan Kramer, adding that such remarks make religious dialogue between Jews and Catholics impossible. From Wordnik.com. [Dose.ca Music briefs] Reference
It shows either an ignorance of the history of anti-Semitism; a desire to relativise the Holocaust; a near-pathological disregards for other people's suffering; or a wilful aspiration to shift the blame away from the Vatican. From Wordnik.com. [The Coffee House | Politics and News Discussion Forum] Reference
Evans's rhetoric becomes opaque at this point: If he has to admit that the National Socialist mass killings were what made an assassin out of Stauffenberg, the spiritually motivated soldier, why then relativise this motivation with a remark about Stauffenberg's insight into the military senselessness of this crime, an insight that was shared by high-ranking SS officers?. From Wordnik.com. [signandsight.com] Reference
In the case of Korea, yes, we know there were many collaborators and opportunists, just as there were some benefits to Japanese collaboration, but I don’t think you can relativise the history to the point where the perpetrators become the victims and the victims become the perpetrators, like you want. From Wordnik.com. [Good question » Japundit Blog] Reference
But of course when we get close to that age we relativise and we make out our new fear ... mine now is 40;). From Wordnik.com. [Bangkokrecorder] Reference
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