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ab·so·lu·tize

 (ăb′sə-lo͞o-tīz′)
tr.v. ab·so·lu·tized, ab·so·lu·tiz·ing, ab·so·lu·tiz·es
To make absolute; change into an absolute: absolutize a moral priniciple.

absolutize

(ˌæbsəˈluːtaɪz) or

absolutise

vb (tr)
formal to make absolute

ab•so•lut•ize

(ˈæb sə luˌtaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to render absolute; consider or declare perfect, complete, or unchangeable.
[1915–20]
Translations
absoluttere
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The absolutisation of one to the detriment of others consequently results in materialism, communism or spiritualism.
The concept of Stimmung takes hold when visuality detaches from the other sensual registers, as well as from all factual interest--the absolutisation of the visual.
Osis considered intellectualism as the flaw in the approach developed by Leibniz, that is, the absolutisation of thought.
The absolutisation of the relation between religion and nation--which has led to the appearance of phrases about the 'Serbian Orthodox people', 'Serbian Orthodox people's individuality', 'Kosovo heroes that have not fought for the faith of religion but faith of nation'--and the question of whether the religion preserved the nation, or the nation preserved Orthodoxy, are some of the key premises in the works of Olivera Milosavljevic.
A disadvantage of this method is some tendency to an absolutisation of decisions which are identified with phenomena and processes that constantly happen in surrounding everything and everyone reality (16).
Meillassoux suggests that his system will eventually lead to an absolutisation of mathematics, and through it, an absolutisation of scientific discourse (126).
It therefore appears that the alienation results from an absolutisation of the polar duality into ontological dualism.
Toutefois, cette reconnaissance se faisait sur la base, ironiquement, d'une absolutisation de la foi chretienne qui rendait les missionnaires particulierement proselytes, sinon fanatiques.
which resists the absolutisation of immanence." (79)
* they clearly articulate their faith in Jesus Christ and hope in God's kingdom, and are ready also to denounce and challenge any absolutisation of persons, powers, ideologies, economic rules, and national, ethnic or religious identities;
For Nietzsche, morality is the absolutisation of a temporary balance of forces.
S'impregner de l'idee ou plutot de l'experience -- car il y a en regime pentecotiste, nous y reviendrons, une absolutisation de l'experience sensible -- que Jesus guerit , c'est annoncer l'imminence de son retour, l'imminence du temps ou Satan sera definitivement vaincu, c'est-a- dire du temps o nous ne vivrons plus sous le regne de la malediction et du peche.