enframement


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enframement

(ɪnˈfreɪmmənt)
n
(Architecture) elements that surround a door or window
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With his distinction between enframement and poesis, Heidegger rejects the systematization of nature and "seeks to open nature up in order to cease understanding the surrounding world as a totalized, ordered realm.
For Heidegger, the gestalt, or the technological enframement, creates the clearing through which a Being experiences finitude.
The primacy of the first-person perspective 'liberates learners to experience the possibilities of what they might be' instead of 'the enframement of the world proposed by the assessor' (Gibbs 2011: 23).
In many ways, video games are indelibly linked to the atopic, technological enframement of space--in fact, they have their roots in the "Space Race.