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interiorization

[intir′ē·ərīzā′shən]
Etymology: L, interior, inner; Gk, izein, to cause
the merging of reflex and cognitive processes as a response to the environment.
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According to Castoriadis, domination is the result of the naturalisation of the instituted and of the corresponding aproblematic assumption of the interiorisation of social norms.
This fear has to do, in part, with the interiorisation of the inferiority complex that many Spaniards discovered in the early years of mass tourism in the form of what a famous tourism slogan of the time coined as "difference".
2) Leonard Lewisohn, "The Esoteric Christianity of Islam: Interiorisation of Christian Imagery in Medieval Persian Sufi Poetry," in Lloyd Ridgeon, ed.
Son tableau intitule [beaucoup moins que]Zohra a la fenetre[beaucoup plus grand que] lui ressemble completement: flanerie et interiorisation dans l'univers de sa peinture, fenetre dont on ne sait si elle est ouverte ou.
Guerin-Marmigere est que l'evolution thematique et stylistique de Huysmans n'implique pas un rejet total du naturalisme, mais un approfondissement et une interiorisation du meme desir de representer le reel qui se trouve dans le roman zolien.
Essentially the regressive component involves the interiorisation (absorption and expression) of the 'static' world of the individual's facticity: the social, cultural, environmental and personal 'given' relationships that determine this.
5) Giorgio Agamben entitled his 2005 book The State of Exception, but concisely summarised his thoughts on the concept in an earlier work when writing about the interiorisation of sovereignty: "The state of exception is thus not the chaos that precedes order but rather the situation that results from its suspension.
Dans ce contexte, la medecine est devenue la science qui intervient le plus intime dans la vie humaine, tant par les reglementations institutionnelles, que par une interiorisation d'une vision medicalisee sur le monde de la population des pays occidentaux.
La loi de Moise, dont les Dix Commandements etaient ecrites sur des tables de pierre par le doigt de Jehovah, proscrivait certains rites et observations exterieurs, et Jeremie et Saint Paul essayaient de diriger leurs fideles a se tourner vers une interiorisation de cette loi, de la graver dans leur coeur.
1), and breathes new life into them by telling individual stories, by using "memory as alternative and ambivalent history within the individual" which "may be taken to illustrate his interiorisation of the diaspora in his novels" (LEDENT, 2009, p.
I want in the closing part of this paper to relate this idea of metre to some of Pound's work; and I choose Pound here rather than Eliot mainly because it is Pound's strenuous commitment to forms of objectification that seems most at odds with the kind of interiorisation associated with Swinburne (Eliot's Four Quartets would, however, yield some fertile cross-connections).
Sur ce dernier point, il convient de remarquer que si le concept d'incorporation renvoie le plus souvent a une interiorisation des conduites motrices imbriquees aux artefacts qui les sous-tendent et des manieres d'etre et d'agir qui passeraient directement dans les corps sur le mode de la communication sliencieuse, de 1' << apprendre par corps >> (Faure 2000), il serait errone d'exclure la mediation langagiere de ce processus.