He talks about the underlying principles that guide the mindset of an essentialist
venerate a pantheon of heroes; organicists emphasize "forced" and "forgotten" founders, telling their stories, resurrecting their perspectives, and lauding their contributions.
1) This focus on the nature of the human person, rooted as it is in the Christian appropriation of Hellenistic philosophical traditions, can rightly be described as essentialist
In 'Causal Structuralism, Dispositional Actualism, and Counterfactual Conditionals', Anthony Eagle argues that dispositional essentialists
fail to show an essential link between dispositions and counterfactual conditionals expressing essential causal powers.
argued in favor of teachers teaching an organized curriculum to all students, the necessity for a reasonable degree of system in the organization of curriculum, sound teacher education, and the desirability for teachers to teach a body of core democratic principles to each generation of young Americans.
sexual scripting has interpenetrated the structural composition of the sociocultural environment so profoundly that it has led to the covert (and not so long ago overt) suppression of female sexuality with essentialists
ascribing such scripting to some naturally ordained reality that is supposed to naturally exist out there (D'Emilio & Freedman, 1997; Gross, 1992; White, 1996).
But I never asserted anything so extreme or essentialist
Unlike Kirsch, however, McAlindon sensibly refuses to grind the polemical axe, and he avoids the pitfalls of a sterile debate between essentialists
and relativists by a shrewd ackmowledgement of the plays' embeddedness in contemporary English history.
Locke's advice to racial and cultural essentialists
regardless of their color was quite direct: ".
So the essentialists
were right after all, one might conclude on learning that in many species there's evidence of sexual orientation and even same-sex pair-bonding.