dissective

dissective

(dɪˈsɛktɪv)
adj
having the ability to dissect
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to be descriptive and evaluative rather than dissective as in the musicological journals, the policy of trying to list comprehensively the European and American output of writings about music; the repeated attempts ...
KORNU, k., The Logic of Anatomy: Dissective Rationality and the Difference of Incarnation, Nottingham Doctoral thesis, 2017, accesible on line.
The author characterizes these works as "dissective narratives" because they probe the interiors of sacrificial figures and expose the cultural anxiety surrounding internal spaces that are in some way uncontrollable (3).
I would have liked to observe his long, naked body in my own way, to lay it out someplace, not to handle it in some anatomical or dissective way like a cadaver but to have it available at my leisure, to suspend his will and awareness and subtract a parenthesis of life from him where I could leave my mark, like the stamp on a good prosciutto.
Perhaps where Shama's dissective eye serves him best is when he dons the monocle of observer.
In the laboratory, standard lengths (SL) in mm and total weight (g) of each individual were recorded prior to dissective removal of entire digestive tracts and gonads.
Anatomy Trains Revealed: Early Dissective Evidence, by Tom Myers
Although Sugg is mistaken in supposing that "the vital role of anatomy in [this play's] sensationalism has previously gone unrecognised" (31), (4) his energetic analysis of Hoffman's "strikingly dissective" imagery and its display of two hanging "anatomies" nicely illustrates what he describes as the "blurred boundaries between the anatomy theaters and play theaters" (26); and if he underestimates the extent to which this very blurring highlighted the didactic rhetoric of anatomical display, he is right to point out how in such spectacles "the tension between a degraded criminal specimen, and the divine artifice it was supposed to reveal [anticipates] potential conflicts between secular enquiry and sacred truths" (35).
Often adept close readings of both obscure and canonical texts reveal a tendency to characterize dissective practices and anatomic conceits as "honorable cannibalism" (49).
A knowledge of the variations of celiac artery has importance in a program of systematization of radiological and surgical anatomy in the most common experimental animals, abdominal arteries have been considered by means of either dissective or angiographic study.
The dissective look in his description of the painting Woman with Gloves in The Book of Evidence (see also above, page 190) can be related to the analysis of the basic constitutive elements in empiricist and rationalist philosophy.