subjectify

Related to subjectify: objectify, DAUT

subjectify

(səbˈdʒɛktɪˌfaɪ)
vb, -fies, -fying or -fied
(tr) to make subjective or interpret subjectively
subˌjectifiˈcation n
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subjectify


Past participle: subjectified
Gerund: subjectifying

Imperative
subjectify
subjectify
Present
I subjectify
you subjectify
he/she/it subjectifies
we subjectify
you subjectify
they subjectify
Preterite
I subjectified
you subjectified
he/she/it subjectified
we subjectified
you subjectified
they subjectified
Present Continuous
I am subjectifying
you are subjectifying
he/she/it is subjectifying
we are subjectifying
you are subjectifying
they are subjectifying
Present Perfect
I have subjectified
you have subjectified
he/she/it has subjectified
we have subjectified
you have subjectified
they have subjectified
Past Continuous
I was subjectifying
you were subjectifying
he/she/it was subjectifying
we were subjectifying
you were subjectifying
they were subjectifying
Past Perfect
I had subjectified
you had subjectified
he/she/it had subjectified
we had subjectified
you had subjectified
they had subjectified
Future
I will subjectify
you will subjectify
he/she/it will subjectify
we will subjectify
you will subjectify
they will subjectify
Future Perfect
I will have subjectified
you will have subjectified
he/she/it will have subjectified
we will have subjectified
you will have subjectified
they will have subjectified
Future Continuous
I will be subjectifying
you will be subjectifying
he/she/it will be subjectifying
we will be subjectifying
you will be subjectifying
they will be subjectifying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been subjectifying
you have been subjectifying
he/she/it has been subjectifying
we have been subjectifying
you have been subjectifying
they have been subjectifying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been subjectifying
you will have been subjectifying
he/she/it will have been subjectifying
we will have been subjectifying
you will have been subjectifying
they will have been subjectifying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been subjectifying
you had been subjectifying
he/she/it had been subjectifying
we had been subjectifying
you had been subjectifying
they had been subjectifying
Conditional
I would subjectify
you would subjectify
he/she/it would subjectify
we would subjectify
you would subjectify
they would subjectify
Past Conditional
I would have subjectified
you would have subjectified
he/she/it would have subjectified
we would have subjectified
you would have subjectified
they would have subjectified
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Like impressive curators of information, our minds take large slices of objective reality and surgically subjectify them, adding a personal spin to whatever stream of content gets projected into the complex theater of our subconscious self.
Therefore, the hermeneutic-dialectical approach enables to express, in the constructed narrative, how individuals experience these apparent contradictions and incoherences which, in fact, subjectify and enrich the repertoire of human experiences.
The pre-existing self-centered desire results in a failure to subjectify their own otherness, creating a psychological mechanism that cannot operate as critical or reactionary momentum against Western or Chinese discourse.
What he means by 'a purely businesslike deal' is in some ways the exact inverse of Western values and traditions: the Me 'subjectify' their exchanged object, a single cowry, and objectify themselves.
To "do" history was to subjectify the topic being written about--in the case of a famous deed, the "historiado"--which the historian narrates in his own way.
If we attempt to make the imagination our own work, to subjectify it, we "relegate it to the domain of fantasy." But the imagination, he insists, is neither us nor God.
Population groups objectify their practices and expressions as "intangible heritage" and at the same time they subjectify themselves as "communities." Government can then act on the social field through communities and by means of, among other things, heritage policies (Hafstein, 2011; Bortolotto, 2009; cf.
And without this kind of attention to the shared processes that shape and subjectify human and nonhuman life, there is a tendency to overlook both the injustices done to the nonhuman world as well as to the ways in which human and nonhuman modes of violence often intersect and reinforce each other.
It is the "phenomena of the air," in interaction with the special light of the morning, evening, or night, that subjectify the objective appearance of things under the normal noontime daylight, which softens the outlines of things and makes them merge into one another, which draws the colors towards one another and towards a basic tone.
their faces are used to define them--to subjectify them.