What does «unidimensional» mean in spanish?

  • One-dimensional; having or existing in only one dimension and, therefore, displaying only linear information such as length, width or height

    Examples of use in spanish: "matemáticamente hablando, las líneas son unidimensionales".

  • Said of a work (literary, theatrical, cinematographic...) that lacks depth or has a single focus; used especially to criticize those works lacking intellectual depth or rigor; shallow, superficial, linear.

    Examples of use in spanish: "una declaración en prosa de los hechos es unidimensional, su valor se mide enteramente en términos de su verdad", Mary Sheehan.

    "una novela con personajes unidimensionales".

  • Said of an opinion, commentary, text, behavior, etc. that is shallow, narrow in scope or single-focused.

    Examples of use in spanish: "dio una explicación unidimensional que, a todas luces, es incompleta".

    "el bajista de los Beatles está lejos de ser un personaje unidimensional", ¿Cuál es el mejor disco de Paul McCartney?, Cultolt - 27 nov. 2019

  • (El hombre unidimensional) Philosopher Herbert Marcuse's most important book, released in 1964, in which the author offers a comprehensive critique of both contemporary capitalism and the communist society of the Soviet Union, documenting the parallel emergence of new forms of social repression in both societies, as well as the decline of revolutionary potential in the West. He argues that "advanced industrial society" created false needs, which integrated individuals into the existing system of production and consumption through mass media, advertising, industrial management and contemporary modes of thought.
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