congeals fluid temporality into rigid spatiality, Kerouac's insistence on the motion of travel sunders this bond by replacing stasis with flux.
is a principal disease or decadence of the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the clock is its principal, perennial accompaniment, whether as cause or symptom.
The fourth chapter focuses on the development, commodification, and, by the late 1920s, reification
of urban son music as a centerpiece of Cuba's national expression.
First, by confusing signs and concepts, Peirce loses the specific intentionality of the mind and ends up with a reification
of cognitive relationships (p.
In taking on this cultural survival project and privileging the tradition as the only basis for a Warlpiri future, Michaels (despite his awareness of the dangers of such a move) ultimately ties himself into a reification
of 'traditional' culture as discrete and authentic.
The majority and the best of them are poignant gems that address the unspeakable commodification and reification
of the individual such as "Near the Driver," "Houses and Small Labor Parties," and "Are You a Lesbian?
Summers advocates for a hermeneutic understanding of psychoanalysis, which is admittedly at odds with Freud's incomplete attempts to give psychoanalysis a biological basis, and explores how reification
and quantification have gotten into mainstream psychoanalysis.
seeks to restrain the reification
of meaning as a "thing" to be attained and idolized.
Palmer, Descent into Discourse: the reification
of language and the writing of social history (Philadelphia, 1990).
The verb to break foregrounds the destruction inherent in such a process of reification
of the beloved Trace's smothering love and harkens back to Hagar's "anaconda love" for Milkman in Song of Solomon (137).
Such concessions to "reality," however, mean that in the end this study, for all its sophistication, is in racial analysis not much more than a reification
of white privilege and dominance despite intradenominational class distinctions in Georgia's Methodist past.
Hence, while remaining committed to a Lukacsian theory of reification
, Adorno rightly rejects Lukacs's overly dogmatic views on the importance of the subjective consciousness (or even political orientation) of the individual artist.