(redirected from isolatable)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia.


Possible to isolate.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Culture, power, communication, and pedagogy are not as isolatable or autonomous as certain operationalizations imply.
The truth of the text is therefore found in its objectification of a discourse of knowledge on cultural difference that reveals the literary object in its identitarian vocation while consecrating it as an isolatable entity in a system of cultural participation.
Translation refers back to a second "world" under construction, an open work, and not the stacking up of isolatable entities.
3) Reading them might open up a critique of North American/ European feminist thought from a new direction, while countering hardening attitudes in European and North American public discourse that see Western liberalism and ideologies that are formulated through an Islamic discursive framework as opposed and largely isolatable formations.
However, beyond its conformity to the implications of entanglement, the wave-front model offers representations of a different subset of optical characteristics to that traditionally incorporated by an isolatable particle model.
Although twentieth-century interest in Newman's poetry waned, many Victorians with little sympathy for Tractarianism were in fact professedly won over by Newman's "poetry alone"--the "alone" part being a crucial component in their approval, at least as they understood it) (35) This early perception of the poem as a work made up of discrete, isolatable parts proved crucial to its acceptance--though it was by no means true that readers could perform a neat excision of the poem's theological content and achieve sanitized readings, as they believed.
Unconstrained Knowledge Accession--knowledge construction is the ability to recall specific and isolatable information from learned material (Bloom, 1956).
If art is imagined as distinct, it becomes pure aesthetic, more real as an isolated and isolatable phenomenon than the experiences and struggles of people and, thus, unreal.
Unable to harvest a broader movement, they became isolated in their activism and very isolatable by the police and federal authorities.
Audubon's naming in the previous passage from Creation reflects this ingrained necessity to deal with living beings as if they were substance, substantives, and therefore isolatable, objects that the mind fixes in separate terms for the purpose of knowledge.
Reading the literature on the theory of the criminal law would lead one to believe that "the criminal law" is an easily isolatable entity that is unique in its imposition of costs on citizens (punishments are costs).
that are not comparatist but destabilize the traditional concept of literature as an isolatable aesthetic object.