enantiomorphism


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en·an·ti·o·mor·phism

(en-an'tē-ō-mōr'fizm),
The relation of two objects similar in form but not superimposable, as the two hands or an object and its mirror image.
[enantio- + G. morphē, form]
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This is another example of political enantiomorphism, modern terrorism being born at the beginning of democratic liberalism, therefore justifying its actions.
At the same time they denounce the barbarism, depravation and atheism of the Occidental world, just as the West denounces the barbarism, decay and anti-Christianity of the Islam, to demonstrate again the rapport of the social enantiomorphism.
The two worlds are in a strange process of social enantiomorphism, which seems to be the primordial root of this conflict.