Moreover, Expressionist drama attempts to exteriorize
inner psychic states in the human being.
Pierre Levy makes three remarks: 1) the high rate of creation and renew of knowledge makes the competencies one has in the beginning of his/her professional life become obsolete in few years; 2) In the new nature of work the transition of knowledge grows continuously and working is equivalent to learning, transmitting and producing knowledge; and 3) the cyberspace bears intellectual technologies that amplify, exteriorize
and alter many human cognitive functions like: memory (database, hypertexts, digital archives of all sorts), imagination (simulations), perception (digital sensors, tele-presence, virtual realities), and reasoning (artificial intelligence, modeling of complex phenomena) that increase exponentially the potential of collective intelligence of human groups .
The ability to assimilate virtually anything--from a lowly spider to a vengeful magistrate to God Himself (a posthumous collection was entitled simply Dieu)--is amazing enough; even more astounding, however, is the countervailing ability to exteriorize
and to cast such a profusion of identities into objective form.
Had his inability to exteriorize
his feelings caused the vacuum that his life had become?
I took to theory, but practice needs a different discipline and, while I knew what I was excited by, I never learned how to exteriorize
After almost 2500 years of interiorized psychological events, anyone who attempts to exteriorize
them faces a tough road.
A 4-cm abdominal incision was made to exteriorize
each kidney, and a 2-mm opening was made in the renal capsule.
This view is supported by Meskell and Pels (2005:1, original emphasis), for example, who propose 'a view on ethics that emphasizes the priority of practical ethical engagement of the professional self with its audiences and criticizes the dominant tendency to disembed, exteriorize
, and alienate ethics from everyday scientific practice'.
However, if the victim of trauma finds a way to exteriorize
some of the pain, partial healing is possible.
Shots of the New Zealand bush at times exteriorize
her own psychological alienation and sense of entrapment; the entangling vegetation of the bush, its strangeness, mystery and otherness visually repeated in the constraining hoops and corset Ada wears, suggests the Gothic displacement of Ada's anxieties, fears and homesickness as a "cultured" white woman wrenched away from her European home.
For the many doctors who prefer to exteriorize
the uterus, myself included, the following tips may come in handy.
It was a trigger mechanism; indeed it was an interior--a camera--that could be triggered to exteriorize
itself in images.