The Unpossessed suggests that such impersonalizing
constructions of value precede and permeate the terms of explicit political and cultural debate.
textual incarnation constitutes the mark of a habitual psychomachia that revisionary cultures instill via socialization and education.
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the speaker and the hearer.
Therefore, looking at Sepehri's "Always" with keen eyes we see that the female figure is used to objectify a concept or allegorize a notion, and since the poet writes in order to let his Anima appear indirectly, he is actually in quest of immortality, and by impersonalizing
his wish, the poet shapes an organic female figure and evokes the same in the readers.
Digital stories are however less threatening than traditional storytelling, as the computer offers an impersonalizing
conduit for sensitive topics, and is less intimidating than face-to-face sharing of thoughts.
The great man was invisible to the visitor to Berlin, just as in theory the scientist was invisible in his work, at an epoch when science was impersonalizing
itself and claiming a detached neutrality of observation.
incorporates into himself the patriarchal ideal from which that affront sprang in much the same way that a son comes to terms with the image of his father as a figure of mastery and power by impersonalizing
and internalizing that image as the superego, accepting the justice of the father's mastery even though that mastery has been exercised against the son.
It's just that something in my humanities-trained makeup cringes at abbreviating something as serious as the quality of life with the shorthand "QOL," and impersonalizing
it to the degree that one could actually say it can be measured in a numerical equation: QOL = (L) x ([[SIGMA](qol).
Yet the logic of Smith's account about how distancing or impersonalizing
discourse "rings more true" itself rings more true than either the structuralist account or the juridical ideal of using testimony.
Despite the potential for cost savings, skeptics see the venture as the latest move towards impersonalizing
the buying process.
Aptekar (1995a) offers a number of reasons for the public's hostility toward street children, one being that they are treated in the aggregate, impersonalizing
It might be argued that the emphatic, obtrusive and excessive manifestation of life as such tends to arouse disgust; and similarly, the absence of rational restraints and of impersonalizing
inhibitions; again, vitality and personality "out of place"; including vulgarity of manners and all indiscreetly personal behaviour.