subjectivize

subjectivize

(səbˈdʒɛktɪˌvaɪz) or

subjectivise

vb (tr)
to make subjective
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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.
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.
In this sense, population is regarded as a subject because it will be asked to act in a particular way, to subjectivize as a last resort.
What it tends to do also is, by contagion, to subjectivize the narrator.
But once we subjectivize the notions of hero and traitor, we surfer the fetishism of these qualities, thereby relegating them outside the dialectical "machinery", making these notions representations.
Such assignments tended to leave individuals unintegrated into a social milieu that would subjectivize them as potential partners, thus increasing the need for applying such disciplinary practices as MBO, in the hope of achieving the same end.