objectivation


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objectivation

(əbˌdʒɛktɪˈveɪʃən)
n
a variant form of objectification
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lt;< On utilise donc la science pour obtenir une objectivation claire des sources eventuelles de problemes et d'erreurs : les "responsables" des maladies, des crises, des catastrophes dont souffrent les hommes sont la nature sauvage et non maitrisee, les contraintes inchangees de la transmission >> (39).
Henry's criticism of the ontological monism of Western philosophy does not mean that every form of objectivation is insignificant.
To Bourdieu, the social dynamics is translated by the dialectal relation between the objectivation of positions regarding the social space--space called "field" by Bourdieu--and the subjectivation of individual dispositions (habitus), reflex of the same positions, and which are noticed through the behaviors and attitudes of the individual (OLIVEIRA, 2001; WACQUANT, 2006; BOURDIEU 2007b).
The RCA selected by the groups reveals how actors' calculations are constrained by the objectivation of their past experiments.
But this objectivation does not equate with a direct transposing but with a 'filtered one' through an interface because, as it is written in the Apocalypse, a direct contact with divinity would be deadly (41):
In line with Kant, and mainly referring to Popper, Lorenz defines objectivation (Objektivation) as the abstraction of the (subjective, individual) experiences onto real/objective things.
And, once this broader conception is acquired, then, the objectivation of learning and exhibition places to universities, museums, and particular journal issue publications loses its frozen significance, because now anyone, anyplace, and anytime can see, experience, teach about, and learn from, and more or less enjoy one's own experiences of migration in one's life-time.
Son discours repose donc sur une approche exogene de la maladie qui participe a une objectivation de celle-ci (Laplantine 1992) : la maladie est cet << esprit >> (<< esprit d'infirmite >>, << esprit de phobie >>, etc.
As a matter of fact, the complex system of amplifications allows the sonorous expansion of the voice and its objectivation, due to a sort of "Hindu vocal technique" that Bene has experimented and practiced.
Ils sont ainsi situes en objets, et les traits de cette objectivation leur font porter une part de la responsabilite de leur situation.
Husserl even raises the question of an original instinct of objectivation (31) that is already at work in the primal syntheses producing the objectivities that will ultimately be experienced as persisting substances--identical, transtemporal unities as substrates for further determination, yielding not only an enrichment of their sense, but the production of knowledge as an abiding acquisition (32).
Thinking about the requirement of "double objectivation" (to objectivize the act of objectivation and the objectivizing subject of Pierre Bourdieu (Bourdieu, Lamaison 1986: 112)), we should see two components in the historical text: the point of view of an author and the interpreted facts.