If we attempt to make the imagination our own work, to subjectify
it, we "relegate it to the domain of fantasy.
It is the "phenomena of the air," in interaction with the special light of the morning, evening, or night, that subjectify
the objective appearance of things under the normal noontime daylight, which softens the outlines of things and makes them merge into one another, which draws the colors towards one another and towards a basic tone.
Aesthetic disclosure resists the normalization of confessional discourse and offers rhetorical agency in confronting social hegemonies and injustices that repress action, subjectify
, and silence its victims.
In order to traverse these objectified notions of self, one must subjectify
that otherness by shattering the fundamentally limiting and incomplete ego.
down the test to account for a child's immaturity.
It might also be considered postmodern in terms of its political ethos of difference and multiplicity, and its critical stance toward the hierarchical binaries that normalize and subjectify
a world ordered into nation-states, or binaries like citizen/alien, national/foreigner, legal/illegal.
To the contrary, instead of assuming that the individual is naturally capable of responsible, self-directed action and moral agency, these courts treat lack of responsibility as a problem to be corrected by procedures that earnestly seek to subjectify
the individual and to make him or her responsible.
But in order to have a real effect on the children of scarcely literate peasants and workers, the new curriculum was designed to subjectify
the relation of the pupils to the republican State.
At this point she is faced with an immediate need to subjectify
the experiences she had known only academically.
Seeking to subjectify
the beautiful, by making it accessible to the least denominator under the banner of equality, renders it common, banal.
effectiveness), or employing vague terms which subjectify
, confuse, and
He thus opposes any attempt to subjectify
the objective "reasonable person" anchor of existing self-defense law with the psychological characteristics of the battered woman syndrome.