imperialize

imperialize

(ɪmˈpɪərɪəˌlaɪz) or

imperialise

vb
to make imperial
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I wanted this institute to emphasize phenomenological aspects of values because, as I see it, the major threat to the humanities in our culture is the tendency of fields of study in the sciences or in ethics or even in aesthetics to imperialize the complex domains in which we experience the world as something to value.
The social question is a result of precisely this denial in the sense that the conflict between capital and worker emerges within the context of industrial development in which the sphere of trade, largely determined by the economic aspects, illegitimately comes to imperialize other spheres.
Thus, for Dali, to discover skin was to imperialize and exploit the interface between subject and other.
1451-52]); (12) but that embodied life becomes beautiful in its momentary fusions of bodily sense, and feeling, and mind--more beautiful far, according to Barrett's Eve, than the dualizing patristic myths that beggared the body to imperialize and legislate the soul.
Miyoshi critiques neoliberal globalization which aims to be inclusive and global in its scope but which in actuality selects and imperializes.
The purpose of this damning representation of the black masses is to displace Washington's own "lack" as a figure of authority: "Washington scapegoats and imperializes the black masses in order to wear the master's weeds"--i.