imperialize

imperialize

(ɪmˈpɪərɪəˌlaɪz) or

imperialise

vb
to make imperial
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Students asked, for example, "Why did countries want to imperialize China?" "How did they [the Chinese] succumb to imperialism?" "How was Chinese culture disrupted [due to imperialism]?" Such questions are both analytical and evaluative (since the teacher planned next for the students to debate the merits of their differing answers).
I wanted this institute to emphasize phenomenological aspects of values because, as I see it, the major threat to the humanities in our culture is the tendency of fields of study in the sciences or in ethics or even in aesthetics to imperialize the complex domains in which we experience the world as something to value.
The social question is a result of precisely this denial in the sense that the conflict between capital and worker emerges within the context of industrial development in which the sphere of trade, largely determined by the economic aspects, illegitimately comes to imperialize other spheres.
The aim of these 'movements' was, so to speak, to imperialize the whole nation (and not only the 'superfluous' part of it), to combine domestic and foreign policy in such a way as to organize the nation for the looting of foreign territories and the permanent degradation of alien peoples.
No, cultural forms like the novel or the opera do not cause people to go out and imperialize ...
She traces a threefold conceptual apparatus: skin as the body's exterior, skin as the abject other, and skin as his central conceit for "casting off of the old skin of his former [European ] atheist, Surrealist and revolutionary self" in order to replace it "by a new [American] religious, reactionary, and classicist persona." Thus, for Dali, to discover skin was to imperialize and exploit the interface between subject and other.
Thus, the ideas constitutive of the imperial mystique that surfaced from this prolific effort to "imperialize" Portugal relied on a considered symmetry between Portugal and colonialism.
1451-52]); (12) but that embodied life becomes beautiful in its momentary fusions of bodily sense, and feeling, and mind--more beautiful far, according to Barrett's Eve, than the dualizing patristic myths that beggared the body to imperialize and legislate the soul.
By predicating their positions on notions of jihad and the traditional status of the mujahadeen, this partnership was able to "imperialize" Islam.
Attention to the patterns of intertextuality in both novels reveals that while intercultural contact can act as a catalyst for new cultural forms, it may also be a consequence of what Mukherjee has called "the will to imperialize" (Chen and Goudie 15).
However, we would like to consider how this totalizing narrative itself imperializes the multiplicity of ways of being within and against this statist-humanitarian discourse.
Miyoshi critiques neoliberal globalization which aims to be inclusive and global in its scope but which in actuality selects and imperializes. He proposes an alternative globalization that can offer us not only a critique of neoliberal globalization but also an alternative perspective which can lead to the sense of true totality that includes everyone--both every human being and every other creature--throughout the world.