Thesaurus / objectify
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This urge to objectify and thereby transcend nature is the source, he implies, of all our travails.
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Thus, they objectify both the pain of the sickness and the fear aroused in the community by the behaviour of the sick person.
ELEMENTS OF FOLK PSYCHOLOGYWILHELM WUNDT
Nor has he ever had the power to express and objectify himself completely, and achieve vital form.
MUSICAL PORTRAITSPAUL ROSENFELD
We are inevitably inclined to objectify the limitations of our own power instead of recognizing them for what they are.
THE NON-RELIGION OF THE FUTURE: A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDYJEAN-MARIE GUYAU
You objectify an impression without arguing as to its reality at all, or relating it to yourself or anything else.
BEAUTY AND THE BEASTSTEWART A. MCDOWALL
The effort to objectify the ideal, and to put it in concrete form in words or upon canvas, is said to be precious though painful.
THE CHRISTIAN FAITH UNDER MODERN SEARCHLIGHTSWILLIAM HALLOCK JOHNSON
Above all it enables us to objectify them, to throw them out into the current of social life.
BERGSON AND HIS PHILOSOPHYJ. ALEXANDER GUNN
Moreover, it is quite arbitrarily that they attribute to the primitive this tendency to objectify blindly all his emotions.
THE ELEMENTARY FORMS OF THE RELIGIOUS LIFEEMILE DURKHEIM
In certain or uncertain physical conditions, the mind can project and objectify, its own creations.
COCK LANE AND COMMON-SENSEANDREW LANG
It will objectify a part of your material for you, and possibly, by arousing criticism, enable you to strengthen your points.
THE LETTERS OF WILLIAM JAMES, VOL. IIWILLIAM JAMES
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