denegation

Related to denegation: cathect

den·e·ga·tion

 (dĕn′ĭ-gā′shən)
n.
A denial.

[French dénégation, from Latin dēnegātiō, dēnegātiōn-, from dēnegātus, past participle of dēnegāre, to deny; see deny.]

denegation

(ˌdɛnɪˈɡeɪʃən)
n
a denial, contradiction, or refusal
[C17: from Late Latin dēnegātiō, from Latin dēnegāre to deny, refuse, from negāre to deny]

den•e•ga•tion

(ˌdɛn ɪˈgeɪ ʃən)

n.
denial; contradiction.
[1480–90; < Late Latin dēnegātiō= Latin dēnegā(re) to deny + -tiō -tion]
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Sans aucunement verser dans la denegation renegate, a des exceptions pres neanmoins, la majeure partie de ces [beaucoup moins que]militants[beaucoup plus grand que] du sens large du terme, serait en mesure de relever le defi de l'universite de tous les espoirs.
To counter what Reich calls the "discursive trap," whereby any denegation of one's insanity only further confirmed it in the physician's eye, dissidents and dissenting writers produced narratives and works in which they called attention to the subjectivity of psychiatric diagnosis and reaffirmed their own sanity by turning their diagnostic gaze back to the state.
Ceux de la vieille Europe n'y echappent pas, meme s'ils ont longtemps vecu dans la denegation de ces fleaux des temps modernes qu'ils ont cru etre reserves, derriere le confort des murs et barrieres qu'ils ont eriges, comme une fatalite, aux moins nantis, aux plus fragiles.
The compartmentalized world is characterized by the denegation of illusions, and thus, the absolutization of self-perceived realities.
What I first interpreted as a denegation of death, I have begun to recognize as yet another example of American possibilism.
Oui, sans doute, moyennant cependant la denegation du sort reserve a Shylock, ainsi que d'une petite lecon de morale que Portia entend bien reserver a ces incorrigibles Venitiens.