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Synonyms for exteriorize

to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

Synonyms for exteriorize

bring outside the body for surgery, of organs

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make external or objective, or give reality to

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The catheter was sutured in place and was exteriorised using a 16 gauge venous Cannula.
The exteriorised horn revealed unicornual torsion of around 360[degrees].
The magnet-containing bowel can then be exteriorised for magnet extraction and repair.
In the second part of the chapter, despite the self-proclaimed return to the materialism of early Freudian psychoanalysis in his 1954-55 seminars on Freud and Technique, Lacan is shown to stop similarly short of fully de-idealising the machine metaphor for the mind, regardless of his attempt to deploy a more automatic, subjectless, exteriorised techne of consciousness (pp60, 64): 'technological exteriority remains nothing more than the anthropomorphised projection of psychic interiority' (p65).
The physical meaning of tzelem was emphasized in a paper by Paul Humbert, who concluded from a study of tzelem and demut in the Bible that the phrase betzalmenu ki-demutenu, 'our image according to our likeness' in Genesis 1:26 means that man was created "with the same physical form as the deity; of which he is a molded three-dimensional embodiment; delineated and exteriorised.