essentialist

 
[ˌɪ'senʃəlɪst]     [ˌɪ'senʃəlɪst]    
  • n. 基本教育说;实在说

essentialist的用法和样例:

例句

  1. There is a fallacy which I shall call the 'essentialist fallacy'.
    这里有一个我称之为“实有执”的谬论。
  2. The essence of postmodernism is precisely that we should avoid pointing out essentialist patterns in the past.
    后现代主义的精髓正是,我们应该避免指出过去中的本质主义模式。
  3. If you want to know what this is, tough, because Derrida naturally rejected such “essentialist” definitions.
    如果你想知道解构为何物,那可就难了,因为德里达自然舍弃了这种“实在论的”定义。
  4. Buddhist philosophy from its conception embodied a sustained criticism of this essentialist fallacy.
    佛教哲学从它的一开始就表达了一种对于“实有执”的持续的批评。
  5. In the United States, in particular, an“essentialist” mistrust of Islam in all its forms has been gaining ground.
    尤其是在美国,对伊斯兰教各种形式的“本质上”的不信任已经抬头。
  6. Here, modern art\'s vaunted reductivism is stopped just short of an essentialist zero-degree; rather, it takes shape as stylization.
    现代艺术所吹嘘的极简主义没有到达实在程度,而是以风格化的样式存在。
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