The sun exteriorizes
itself, becoming radiant, and so instructs the eye to see.
177) Larsen writes that "[t]he tale exteriorizes
pregnancy, making it into a momentous, exacting and, as described, incredibly disgusting feat that occurs in the laboratory of the young manly natural philosopher Frankenstein rather than in the natural laboratory of the womb.
Godwin's novel articulates how the clinical gaze exteriorizes
the unspeakable interior that is secret to the extent that one makes it susceptible to exposure.
16) Dieter Jahnig specifies the distinction between objectification and revelation as follows: in the case of objectification, the subject exteriorizes
itself into the objectivity of a product; revelation, on the contrary, consists in a dialectic of recognizability (objectivity) as to form and negation of objectivity as to content.
The notion of split subjectivities which undergirds Fincher's narration exteriorizes
the schizophrenia afflicting the male protagonist of countless Hollywood fictions.