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The very way in which doubt is objectified, taken all in a piece, marks its lack of vitality.
Straightway this objectified idol compels all sorts of ritual reactions of prayer and praise and sacrifice.
ANCIENT ART AND RITUALJANE ELLEN HARRISON
It is not objectified in a merely general way, but is given a specific sort of objectivity.
The Venus de Medici has scarcely any personality at all; she is chiefly objectified desire!
PREACHING AND PAGANISMALBERT PARKER FITCH
He cannot know the meaning of the word until its significance becomes objectified in his life processes.
THE VITALIZED SCHOOLFRANCIS B. PEARSON
Art is emotion objectified, but the object is subordinated to the emotion as means is to an end.
THE ENJOYMENT OF ARTCARLETON NOYES
As all form extends by passing into matter, (this objectified form) is weaker than that which remains one.
According to this the external302 world is the objectified modes, not of the mind of the observer, but of the mind of God.
EVOLUTIONJOSEPH LE CONTE
We naturally fail, under these circumstances, to separate the pleasure from the other objectified feelings.
THE SENSE OF BEAUTYGEORGE SANTAYANA
They wore the entire series of the old-world gods so potently that I perceived them, and even objectified them by my senses.
INCREDIBLE ADVENTURESALGERNON BLACKWOOD

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