The pre-existing self-centered desire results in a failure to subjectify
their own otherness, creating a psychological mechanism that cannot operate as critical or reactionary momentum against Western or Chinese discourse.
To "do" history was to subjectify
the topic being written about--in the case of a famous deed, the "historiado"--which the historian narrates in his own way.
If we attempt to make the imagination our own work, to subjectify
it, we "relegate it to the domain of fantasy.
Population groups objectify their practices and expressions as "intangible heritage" and at the same time they subjectify
themselves as "communities.
And without this kind of attention to the shared processes that shape and subjectify
human and nonhuman life, there is a tendency to overlook both the injustices done to the nonhuman world as well as to the ways in which human and nonhuman modes of violence often intersect and reinforce each other.
T]hus that thing" means "thusness" or "suchness" (tathata), and in Mahayana Buddhism indicates the true nature of things as they exist before humans subjectify
There is openness and space for other time regimes, cognition policies and ways to subjectify
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.
their faces are used to define them--to subjectify
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.
Nonetheless, as dance people, we cannot help feeling a bit unease when faced to the unavoidable proliferation of ideas of the body that an analytical ranking seems to produce and in which we risk to loose the basic assumption by which live performance essentially presents the human body as a whole but multifaceted entity which can either subjectify
or objectify itself according to the choreographic intentions, purposes, techniques and interpretation.
In order to traverse these objectified notions of self, one must subjectify
that otherness by shattering the fundamentally limiting and incomplete ego.