solipsistically


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solipsistically

(ˌsɒlɪpˈsɪstɪkəlɪ)
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(Philosophy) in a solipsistic manner
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Following in the wake of the Nietzschean line of postmodern philosophy, which interrogates the modern understanding of individual identity to expose it as a mere epiphenomenon produced by the confluence of sundry power relations, the more typical project of contemporary literature solipsistically mocks the very notion of the integrity of an individual voice.
Martha Ronk, in her necessary and luminous new book, Transfer of Qualities, explores more unexpected qualities of what an intimate life might mean--not simply our connections to others, nor, more solipsistically, one's relationship to oneself, but that far more ubiquitous relationship, so common as most often to go unnoticed: our intimate life with objects.
As such a "neutrosophist", in countering the currently prevalent, financially and politically more supported dogma of a self-sufficient material universe emerging by chance and populated by randomness, does not side with creationism, let alone "biblical creationism" or "intelligent design" for he has assuredly maximum epistemic distance from falling solipsistically into this or that (while, like Einstein, considering "religion" only psychologically and historically); rather, like Einstein, he aims to humbly show how the problem is not culturally settled: be it among the Greeks, among medieval thinkers, or among the contemporary minds of today.
Once again, Bret's authorial creations have given him license to focus solipsistically on himself and his authorhood, missing the crux of Robert Sr.
There is, however, little evidence of such a precocious professional capacity for astronomy in the opening lines of his poem, where the persona's gaze somewhat solipsistically meets "the face of the night-heaven," and its "far orbs" are seen to accommodate mythic or oneiric possibilities.
This desire for death is threatening because it is produced by and within the apparatus of postmodernism par excellence, the "[begin strikethrough]text-itself[end strikethrough]," and the object of this threat is the solipsistically absorbed self confronting that text (whether it is advertising or metafiction).
Motika's poems shed the trappings of the solipsistically subjective, producing an efflorescence of wonder about the world at large.
96) In short, democrats are not moral relativists, but simply not solipsistically arrogant enough to claim that their interpretation of rights or firmly-held beliefs should be privileged over those of others.
Any failure of this God-given ability to correctly perceive the world, apparently solipsistically in the mind only arises because:
Kerouac finds in Konitz's "I'll Remember April" not only a validation of writing as process and performance but also an alternative to writing solipsistically for one's self (the danger in sketching as he first practiced it) or writing to meet the expectations of "the mysterious reader" (which threatens to reduce expression into product).
The novel concludes in shell-shocked post-7/7 London where Jamal rather solipsistically considers his future:
20) These educated, medicated, liberal, mostly white male heterosexuals (though not as white or male as they overwhelmingly have been painted) appear on screen not so much solipsistically as observationally and even self-critically, as Lim notes.