dualist

[ US /ˈduəɫɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. an adherent of dualism
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How To Use dualist In A Sentence

  • The twin problems of ecological and individualist fallacies occur when inferences are drawn about one level of analysis using evidence from another.
  • They are loners and individualists who reject activism.
  • We can use relational database theory to implement Dualistic constraint database.
  • Luke is placed in an isolated environment with strict rules, guards, and regimentation and his fiercely individualistic spirit immediately clashes.
  • He is a born leader, who welded a collection of gifted individualists into a real team.
  • Do you agree with those who contend that capitalism is so individualistic that it fails to protect the collective good?
  • The individualist anarchists saw land economics differently.
  • For some, the term off-grid brings to mind images of pod houses, biospheres and eccentric individualists determined to live free from society—including from the convenience of grid-supplied electricity. Let the Market Pay for Renewable Energy
  • Teamwork is considered to be unimportant, so the tendency to become more individualistic increases; moreover, tolerance toward peers decreases.
  • It's true, artists are very individualistic in that way.
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