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a reductive interpretation of the theory
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The works are shown in a nimble, non-chronological suite of galleries, and some of its century-spanning juxtapositions are bracing; others feel reductive, even dilletantish.
Surprisingly, that is saying quite a lot more than simple reductive negativism.
So not being reductive but being able to take in contradictory truths at once.
But despite the money that trans performers have made for producers, their work has been mired in cringe-worthy epithets, reductive stereotypes, and predictable (and often offensively non-representative) scenes for decades.
To state it simply, Ed Piskor’s book is the history of the X-Men, but that’s entirely too reductive: This is a history of Xavier’s squad that doesn’t try to retcon or streamline or retell in anyway.
Not to be too reductive, but that’s the difference between 8-6 and 0-14.
To strip them down to a partisan identity is overly reductive and unworkable.
The exhibition corrects this reductive caricature, examining the way the push and pull between tradition and technology, individual and collective, have shaped the culture in unique ways.
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