objectification

[ uh b-jek-tuh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF objectification
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Thus beauty is constituted by the objectification of pleasure.

Objectification the differentia of aesthetic pleasure, 44 et seq.

The measure (ratio) we project in our objectification can as well be a measure related to our perceptive system.

The imagination is subjective, personal, anthropocentric; its movement is from within outwards toward an objectification.

It is not so much their letter, as the underlying feeling of objectification and activity, that matters.

By the movements of the body the will becomes visible, and thus the body may be said to be the objectification of the will.

Schopenhauer conceived reality as Will which was driven to objectification by a sinful bent eternally existing in its nature.

Language is the medium through which objectification takes place.

And we have traveled the road familiar to many nursing scholars, the road of expertise in objectification and quantification.

Nor is it hard to find the ground of this survival in the sense of beauty of an objectification of feeling elsewhere extinct.

WORD ORIGIN

1860, noun of action from objectify.

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