twinborn


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twinborn

(twĭn′bôrn′)
adj.
Born a twin or twins: twinborn sisters.
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Now call to mind the twinborn senses of duty and sympathy that your shame roots down in: the standards against which you've weighed yourself and found yourself wanting.
I won't take time to defend that standpoint (for example, by way of Sartre's distinction between totality and totalization, or Lukacs' critique of empiricism's facts as recapitulating the division and abstraction of labor that were twinborn with modern science).
(11) See Zhongxin Hu, "Kongju yu wo shi shuangbaotai (Fear and Ego are Twinborn)", Lianhe zaobao, 1 May 2004, at <http://www.zaobao.com.sg/speciaUchina/taiwan/ pages6/taiwan010504c.html> [10 Dec.