exteriorization


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embodying in an outward form

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Although the piercing applied in the present study might be considered minimally invasive, clarification is needed regarding whether a sufficient number of exteriorizations could be applied to the amputated limb.
Yet one can, without adopting the actual goal of mysticism, take frank advantage of the means it once employed for the exteriorization of the subjective.
We may thus expect a thorough exteriorization of knowledge with respect to the "knower", at whatever point he or she may occupy in the knowledge process.
cry, laugh), the exteriorization of the internal movement of the person through different methods, e.
Only in this sense, it is correct to say that painting is the exteriorization or the materialization of an invisible content.
Therefore, it is possible to state that "the habitus is the internalization or incorporation of the social structure, while the field is the exteriorization or objectivation of the habitus' (THIRY-CHERQUES, 2008, p.
That exteriorization process, however, if it is even possible, would be counter-evolutionary and contra-empathic.
Usually they present in the form of small yellowish nodules, ranging from 1mm to 5cm, typically covered by intact mucosa, and often exhibit a central hole representing exteriorization of the rudimentary pancreatic duct.
The closing sentence will give readers a sense of the third chapter: "music is perhaps merely technical sound, perhaps a sonic exteriorization of creatures, subject to an uncertainty that exceeds the boundaries of sentient consciousness" (61-62).
In species where sex determination from external morphology is difficult, gamete exteriorization with catheter or cannula is useful not only to determine the sex of the fish, but also to examine the readiness of the reproductive gamete.
This act of the exteriorization of meaning in the "writing" figure in Tate's poem can perhaps be further explicated through Jacques Derrida's account in Speech and Phenomena.
In this film the scenery represents the exteriorization of the subjective relationship between the characters; conversely, the characters represent the interiorization of the scenery.
The technique is similar to the exteriorization of bowel used in gastrointestinal anastomosis during small bowel resection.
But all of these deserve an extended explication, which would, in addition to justifying an interpretive choice, enrich the book's overall argument, part of which I believe is about the exteriorization of "sound and sight" in Yongming poetry.
In describing the exteriorization of Britain's interior, such arguments suggested not only that Britain had effectively been turned inside out, wearing its heart, as it were, on its sleeve, but also that foreign transports could now, for the first time, be brought home to the heart of middle Britain.