substantialize

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substantialize

(səbˈstænʃəˌlaɪz) or

substantialise

vb
to make or become substantial or actual

substantialize


Past participle: substantialized
Gerund: substantializing

Imperative
substantialize
substantialize
Present
I substantialize
you substantialize
he/she/it substantializes
we substantialize
you substantialize
they substantialize
Preterite
I substantialized
you substantialized
he/she/it substantialized
we substantialized
you substantialized
they substantialized
Present Continuous
I am substantializing
you are substantializing
he/she/it is substantializing
we are substantializing
you are substantializing
they are substantializing
Present Perfect
I have substantialized
you have substantialized
he/she/it has substantialized
we have substantialized
you have substantialized
they have substantialized
Past Continuous
I was substantializing
you were substantializing
he/she/it was substantializing
we were substantializing
you were substantializing
they were substantializing
Past Perfect
I had substantialized
you had substantialized
he/she/it had substantialized
we had substantialized
you had substantialized
they had substantialized
Future
I will substantialize
you will substantialize
he/she/it will substantialize
we will substantialize
you will substantialize
they will substantialize
Future Perfect
I will have substantialized
you will have substantialized
he/she/it will have substantialized
we will have substantialized
you will have substantialized
they will have substantialized
Future Continuous
I will be substantializing
you will be substantializing
he/she/it will be substantializing
we will be substantializing
you will be substantializing
they will be substantializing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been substantializing
you have been substantializing
he/she/it has been substantializing
we have been substantializing
you have been substantializing
they have been substantializing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been substantializing
you will have been substantializing
he/she/it will have been substantializing
we will have been substantializing
you will have been substantializing
they will have been substantializing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been substantializing
you had been substantializing
he/she/it had been substantializing
we had been substantializing
you had been substantializing
they had been substantializing
Conditional
I would substantialize
you would substantialize
he/she/it would substantialize
we would substantialize
you would substantialize
they would substantialize
Past Conditional
I would have substantialized
you would have substantialized
he/she/it would have substantialized
we would have substantialized
you would have substantialized
they would have substantialized
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Early on in her work, and as she explained in the context of creating 'gender trouble': 'The subject is not determined by the rules through which it is generated because signification is not a founding act, but rather a regulated process of repetition that both conceals itself and enforces its rules precisely through the production of substantializing effects'.
Choice cuts off substantializing the friend into an impersonal given, while activity according to virtue obviates the loss of self into the other.
That "spirit" which provided sustenance and cohesion in times of emergency was in fact a desperate, phantasmatic performance: the rituals, the parades, the commemorations, the bonfires and the burning of effigies, all that maintained the trappings of power produced for that community what were no more than the substantializing effects of "spirit," "superiority," "destiny," and "community" itself.
35) If attachment to something means to substantialize that something, and substantializing something means to employ it under the service of self-possessive desire, then salvation in nirvana reverses the implications, "letting-go" of self in the compassionate "letting-be" of things.
Dumont holds that any substantializing of castes would destroy the systemic structure of his model and signify its dissolution.
But power is the name that one attributes to this complexity, a name that renders manageable what might be otherwise too unwieldy or complex, and what, in its complexity, might defy the limiting and substantializing ontology presupposed by the name.