These traits are of particular significance within the current context of globalization, or more precisely glocalization (Robertson, 1994), since in an era of blurred geographical boundaries the ability to adapt to (in)visible borders enhances not only the competence of individuals in addressing a drastically changing world but also, on a broader level, underlies the foundation of intercultural philosophical dialogues that further substantializes
Considering Columbia journalism professor Michael Shapiro's claim that the Brooklyn Dodgers "endure as a ghost," there is little more than memory that substantializes
the former franchise.
8) According to Lear, Freud substantializes
"the death drive" and turns it into a basic metaphysical principle (the death drive is necessarily enigmatic).
When one substantializes
this monstrous or uncanny stain by grafting a symbolic meaning onto it, then the place of its inscription becomes invisible.
It is a self-conscious and vocalized identity that substantializes
SARTRE: To have a "nature" is to have an essence, which defines, substantializes
, rendering something granite-like.
A second observation on Issy's footnote setting not only underscores the pervasiveness and mutations of the lilac blossom in the linguistic subtlety of the pubescent footnotes: (8) but from cover to cover it also substantializes
the legendary fall and scandalous arrest of HCE, beset by the devil in the flesh (There are 29 sweet reasons why blossom-time's the best.
In another passage in Passage that reiterates and so substantializes
the novel's sense of nothing, Forster writes: "There is something unspeakable in these outposts.
place, to reduce it to an essence or form of places is, then, to transform it (a la Kant, or Casey himself in Getting Back) into space and, in so doing, to lose its particularity.