Yet it makes sense to see the Heidegger's early work and that of Alan Turing as two nearly contemporaneous interventions, both working to temporalize
the concept of experience.
Space occurs as the effect produced by the operations that orient it, situate it, temporalize
it, and make it function in a polyvalent unity of conflictual programs or contractual proximities" (de Certeau 1984: 117).
Mitchell, in his work Picture Theory, implicates the reader in an effort to initiate "life" in literature, (68) centralizing "(t)he supposedly 'static' image that (we strive) to temporalize
with verbs of making." (69) This implies, for Mitchell, a notion of ekphrastic ornamentation: a realization of personality as representative of "a kind of foreign body [...] that threatens to reverse the natural literary priorities of time over space, narrative over description, and turns the sublimities of (fiction) over to epideictic (70) rhetoric." (71) Mitchell then indicates a definition of experiential ekphrasis in prose which straddles two polarities: one the one hand, ekphrastic hope, and on the other ekphrasticfear.
, or to describe in a certain type of time, is also to typologize.
Self-referential systems temporalize
their experience, living always in the present and designing a future so as to know how to act 'here-and-now' (Foerster, 1971).
Second, although Hoy is quick to point out this book is not about the nature of time in general, i.e., 'universal time', 'clock time', or 'objective time', but is instead about the phenomenology of time as it manifests itself in human existence--what he terms 'temporality'--the real project here is to rejoin and reconcile (as far as possible) time and temporality, the 'sting of time' and the enjoyment of time, so that (as temporal beings) we can temporalize
in 'the way that best brings about both joy and justice' (221).
But to temporalize
the cogito is to "position" it in time; that is to say, temporalization is identification: "[Descartes] seeks to reassure himself, to certify the Cogito through God, to identify the act of the Cogito with a reasonable reason.
Setting the text in rural Newfoundland, an environmental region notorious not only for its harsh weather, but for the difficult socioeconomic sanctions it imposes upon a populace dependent upon its fishery, helps temporalize
Steffler's environmental narrative rather than remove it from discourses of history.
He departs from earlier philosophical conceptions by interpreting the human being as the one to whom something happens, integrating a phenomenology of time in which time is understood as what becomes accessible and comprehensible starting from what happens as events temporalize
Such rituals serve to temporalize
the sacrament by situating it within a specific literary and historical frame: the would-be community of courtly love and the thirteenth-century world of Bourbon in which that community takes shape.
In historicist attempts to temporalize
the present, the fight against a Nietzschean forgetting as well as an over-burdensome tradition often leaves the skeleton of objective time buried under its being-towards-history.