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Use "reflexivity" in a sentence
"And even that most notorious technique of postmodernism, self-reflexivity, is really as much a way of poking fun at the pretentions of fiction writers, their claims to adequately represent the world of experience in a direct and unmediated way, as it is to frustrate the expectations of unwary readers."
"One of Soros's points is that the behavior in markets he defines as reflexivity adds a fundamental indeterminacy to economic events, which makes prediction very tricky."
"Since 1944 he has believed in what he calls "reflexivity" - the idea that people base their decisions on their own perception of a situation rather than on the reality."