subjectivize

subjectivize

(səbˈdʒɛktɪˌvaɪz) or

subjectivise

vb (tr)
to make subjective
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The final chapter, "Drone Imaginaries," is a discourse of two literary texts: Grounded--a short play on a female drone pilot traumatized by being watched, which validated the PTSD earlier discussed by Asaro, and Drones--which is an Indian narrative work of science fiction detailing the imperialist use of drones by corporate individuals who use religion and technology to subjectivize other citizens.
By introducing the Fort/Da play--the first creation of meaning through symbolization of the absent referent--of the sunlight, Merwin seems to escape and simultaneously get close to the father's image in order to subjectivize the latter's severity, inattention, departure, and final death as something he could not properly subjectivize.
My claim, however, is that however particularized our assessment of a person's choices becomes in light of the traits and talents she possesses however much we might subjectivize the measure of reasonableness--we will not be able to defend the assignment of blame to anyone who failed to advert to a risk that sadly materialized.
For Beisan, normalizing the checkpoint involves her active construction of it as a routine--a self-aware strategy through which she attempts to elude its (or the soldiers') ability to subjectivize her.
The Demeter and Persphone myth offers ways to subjectivize oneself as mother, "monster" or not, and woman, crazy or not ...
By connecting the Spirit with the whole creation, the cosmos, as TTL does, any attempt to interiorize or subjectivize the Spirit must prove false.
Tutors also subjectivize their suggestions, stating what they would do if they were in the student's position.
As is the case in Babel, these devices subjectivize the world of 21 Grams, and so do, in addition, the predominant close-ups and medium shots, and the numerous sequences that revolve around face-to-face encounters and exchanges.
Since the all-controlling Party never tired of repeating that "film is an art for the masses"--even the flagship art from this point of view--the desire of certain filmmakers who stayed abreast of what was happening on the international film scene to "subjectivize" their stylistic strategies collided with strictly codified ideological commandments.
(8) For even if on a material level, there is not poverty but abundance, "it suffices to subjectivize the notion of poverty in order to let its dimension grow to infinity" (2004, 690; 2010a, 90-91).
Such institutions as school, workshops, and clinics subjectivize (socialization is a fundamental element of subjectivization) individuals so that they can be incorporated into the institutions of society in the most efficient and utile way.