heteromorphous


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heteromorphous

 [het″er-o-mor´fus]
of abnormal shape or structure.

het·er·o·mor·phous

(het'ĕr-ō-mōr'fŭs),
Differing from the normal form.

heteromorphous

/het·ero·mor·phous/ (-mor´fus) of abnormal shape or structure.

het·er·o·mor·phous

(het'ĕr-ō-mōr'fŭs)
Differing from the normal form.

heteromorphous

of abnormal shape or structure.
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It is clearly the case that this very strong emphasis on the enduring significance of philosophies with a universal and metaphysical dimension is the precise opposite of much contemporary thought that seeks to underscore the local and heteromorphous character of truth.
But the family organization, precisely to the extent that it was insular and heteromorphous with respect to the other power mechanisms, was used to support the great "maneuvers" employed for the Malthusian control of the birthrate, for the populationist incitements, for the medicalization of sex and the psychiatrization of its nongenital forms.
The first is a recognition of the heteromorphous nature of language games and a concomitant renunciation of terror: the threatened or actual elimination of a player from a language game.