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the goal intended to be attained (and which is believed to be attainable)

the lens or system of lenses in a telescope or microscope that is nearest the object being viewed

undistorted by emotion or personal bias

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serving as or indicating the object of a verb or of certain prepositions and used for certain other purposes

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emphasizing or expressing things as perceived without distortion of personal feelings, insertion of fictional matter, or interpretation

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belonging to immediate experience of actual things or events

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She was even further limited in her use of objectivization shields and relied solely on the exclusive use of "we" (we = doctors as a professional group).
According to those scholars, this suffix has only a general relational meaning that they define as the function of objectivization of the entity named by the derivative on the basis of its relation to the base of derivation.
The "whole" of this existence and activity comes into view through the distinct, but complementary, activities of the intellect and the consciousness, or what Wojtyla refers to as the activities of objectivization and subjectivization.
This structure has a noetic-noematic composition in which representation or objectivization is the incontestable model.
49) In this respect, one could argue with Langholm that Lessius fulfilled a process of depersonalization or objectivization, starting with Cardinal Cajetan who thought it more important to look at the modus vendendi than to the causa contractus for a moral evaluation of business practices.
Finding this 'identity' would only confirm either its complete alienation, 'I am completely individual: I can relate to no one else, all links are impossible' or conversely, 'I am just like everyone else', complete Objectivization.
However immense the tragedy of the modern world and however dismaying the war against the Word of God, he persevered in his belief that it is "the spiritual in man which battles against the final objectivization of human existence, the definite objectivization which issues in death for man by submerging him finally in the death-dealing stream of time.
This led to descriptions and comparisons for which the objectivization of culture was essential.
This relationship is seen through the perspective of the protagonists' own gay subjectivities, thus ending the traditional objectivization of which gays had been traditionally victims by directors and producers alike.
This phenomenon is reminiscent in part of Gumperz' (1982: 80-81) discussion of code-switching and the personalization versus objectivization dynamic that underlies ir in particular contexts.
15) Telepathy, 'ghosts of the living', 'true hallucinations' or more simply 'coincidences': this diverse vocabulary depending on institutions, places and actors reveals the diversity of interests, explicit or implicit, that were involved in the objectivization of the complex mental processes which were, at the same time, at the centre of a vast rebalancing operation between the natural sciences, which were in the midst of being transformed, and the human sciences, which were in the process of starting up.
concerned, an objectivization and removal from the lifeworld of (now)
In the process of objectivization, the past dies for the second time, but now not because of the passage of time, but because of its murder by the historian.
On the objectivization of the female body and the "gendered gaze," see among many other studies, Bartky 459; Berger 47; Bordo 6 ff.
The theme of Bourdieu's last lecture was "the objectivization of the subject of objectivization.