objectivation


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objectivation

(əbˌdʒɛktɪˈveɪʃən)
n
a variant form of objectification
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It is also an instrumental form of objectivation of control relations in what subjects are part of the rational expression, which can only be expressed in a subjective way, namely: greater freedom, the greater enjoyment that cannot be expressed or valued as simple ordinal categories.
Des les toutes premieres annees de la psychiatrie francaise, qui se developpe a partir de 1801 avec Philippe Pinel (1745-1826) et ses successeurs, notamment Jean-Etienne Esquirol (1772-1840), une tension entre la reconnaissance de la subjectivite du fou et son objectivation pour des fins de scientificite, a faconne son histoire visuelle.
The engagement in methods and techniques of objectivation rationalizes and directs the thoughts and actions of subjects who without such engagements would be incapable of breaking with irrational immediacy.
In tracing his career up to that point, Foix cites his "youthful ambition" to withhold his signature from what he describes as "the literary objectivation of [his] psychic states," the body of writing that would become the Daybook 1918.
This produces the sensation of isolation of the person, restraining her/his language and verbal objectivation, forming an obstacle to capacity of communication of the pain in the social field (29).
35) This objectivity of the object is its identity or determinacy, which is neither simply given nor based in the object itself qua substance but posited as, one might say, objectivation of the logical I, of general subjectivity.
This is supplemented with honorifics, objectivation, anonymisation, suppression, aggregation and pronominalisation.
When studying environmental-valuation conflicts concerning public decisions that impact the environment, or compensations for environmental damage, we constantly come up against attributions of value based on familiarity, and the difficulty of integrating them into the public process of valuation to which objectivation is so central.
Yet, still, much of humankind's physical, biological and social environment is shaped through action and objectivation that is symbolic.
It is not enough to denounce it as relativistic, irrational or skeptic, nor to deny the importance of the forms of objectivity or objectivation of historical knowledge, among which the very idea of truth, whose endurance, we know, predates the last 40 years.
Sinanga-Ohlmann, Judith (2006), "La femme chez Calixthe Beyala et Henri Lopes: Objectivation et sublimation du corps," Nouvelles Etudes Francophones 21.