anatomisation


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anatomisation

Anatomy
The dissection of an animal to study structures and interrelationship between its parts.
 
Philosophy
The analysis of anything in minute detail.
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What unites these narratives is their anatomisation of the response in white society to such sexual encounter, crucially indicting sexual contact as a social trope that defines relationships of power.
a great deal of the imagery in his poems, I think, is influenced by her kind of anatomisation of the world" (Interview 16).
MacDonald approaches her subject from two focal points: the anatomisation of the female body, using as her case studies the sorry tale of Mary McLauchlan, executed for infanticide, and the dissection of the 'last' Aboriginal Tasmanian man, William Lanney.
For there are of course many different ways of looking, and arguably the most striking thing about Pacht's is that it is not simply a tool designed to justify an attlibution or a date, as is so often the case, nor indeed a profoundly technical dissection of how the pigment was applied, but rather an anatomisation of the work's composition.