Though Rabin mocked the "fevered imaginations" of the trope's creators, who conflated a formal trope with an audience response, and--he imagined--shared the latter's laughable desire, in his mockery he criticizes the trope for hypostasizing
a type of girl that isn't real, but also uses it to criticize a real girl who perhaps shouldn't be the way she is: "I once had a Manic Pixie Dream Girlfriend who induced terrifying Elizabethtown flashbacks .
They need not represent themselves as pursuing distributed leadership in order to produce and reproduce it, but calling what they do "distributed leadership" certainly offers a more comprehensive description of what results from what they do than hypostasizing
this or that political ideal (horizontality, anarchism) held by some and not by others.
The camera-mounted drone comes to appear as a totem, hypostasizing
a networked, collective consciousness.
This chapter, however, suffers from a lack of clear focus: Morgan strains to bring loosely connected concepts such as spectatorship, montage, and what he dubs "off-screen time" under the umbrella of "projection," and in doing so he ends up hypostasizing
a term which tends to be used by Godard in a much more loosely metaphorical manner.
Foucault examines and further elaborates the concept of discourse, starting with hypostasizing
it as a tripartite mechanism, having as functional elements the statement, the discoursive function and the discursive formations.
While Sorensen seeks to overturn the ruling verities of postcolonial criticism in order to re-garner attention for the "literary," especially, for the realist narratives traduced by what he calls postcolonialism's "modernist ethos," Moslund strives to moderate and dynamize the hypostasizing
polarities that typify and impair postcolonial discursivity on migration literature and hybridity.
In Morel, the Fugitive's living body (which he always considered a hindrance, anyway) obligingly fades and decays as it is "given over" to the image, hypostasizing
the trope that the photograph steals the soul of the one photographed, here making the loss corporeal rather than spiritual.
Either way, the Orient remains the object of the hypostasizing
gaze of the West, which defines and demarcates the field of representation" (Prendergast, 89) [es misterioso porque es el otro y, por ser el otro, es inferior pero seductor.
a story about, and thus a discourse on, original experience, so that recovering the past is not a hypostasizing
of fixed grounds and absolute origins but, rather, an interpretation of earlier experience that can never be divorced from the filterings of subsequent experience or articulated outside the structures of language and storytelling" (Smith 45).
the state and thinking of civil authority as an entity of its own, let us think of Christian magistrates (Christian statesmen) that is, of persons in offices of civil authority.
Permanently in a legitimization crisis, communities of all kinds need compensatory formulas, either by exalting local traditions and mythologies, or by hypostasizing
the evil, stigmatizing it and excluding it with a virulence that is hard to imagine.
The challenge is to resist hypostasizing