phenomenalize


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phenomenise

vb (tr)
(Philosophy) to cause to be phenomenal or to depict as phenomenal
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In idealist terms, however, the ontological basis for such values would not in the first instance lie in the apparently objective bodies that "stand in" for them in the consensually-shared physical world of contested value; rather, value is already constitutive of that world, and living bodies are the real fictions that phenomenalize it, performing the "karmic drama" that is expressing the matrix of mind that generates, for example, the appearance of living bodies in conflict.
phenomenal; they border on phenomenality itself, tending to phenomenalize, to render perceptible visible, or audible; to expose everything on the outside.
One way to read Hopkins's poetry is as a relentless attempt to phenomenalize sacral desire, to make manifest a perceived spiritual encounter.