MacFaul argues that the dynamic nature of drama militates against static idealizations
of friendship in the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries.
In the therapy itself, a kind of "bidirectional idealization
" was typical: The therapist idealized the patient by focusing on the healthier parts of his or her personality but the patient's idealization
of the therapist "had a hostile, demanding, coercive edge.
It is a matchless idealization
of the team concept: We need each other to be successful, and it emboldens us to step up and assume a leadership role.
And as Redekop examines what Habermas thought of the ancient public, which was typically idealized in eighteenth-century discourse, he finds that Herder, notwithstanding his idealization
of primordial sociability and communication, also condemns it for its susceptibility to demagoguery.
conscience consists of several interactive dimensions: psychic energy, emotional and psychological defenses, empathy, a sense of guilt, idealization
, self-esteem, and moral beliefs.
The film guards itself against wallowing, idealization
and sentimentality and offers through the wide--ranging testimonials of friends and family a new understanding for the man behind the art.
Placed at the entrance to the FDR Memorial, the statue portrays Roosevelt seated in what is unambiguously a wheelchair, thus inaugurating a mode of political remembrance ostensibly free of false idealization
There's an idealization
of that kind of character--the boy-man--in Hollywood movies because we have an idealization
of childhood," says White, whose ideas about growing up have also played out on TV's Freaks and Geeks and Dawson's Creek, where he served as a writer and producer.
In particular, the elements of aggression and idealization
that define narcissism in object-relations theory can be transposed into a critical typology that concisely expresses the primary narrative impulses that metafictional texts tend to erect within their own narrative matrices.
In doing this, they give us characters--particularly women--who assert their identity in an integration that is neither resignation to the reality around them nor an indiscriminate idealization
of their cultures of origin.
of the visual image, 3) stereotyping, and 4) use of sexual appeals.
A causes B, B causes C; hence A causes C" can be taken as a paradigm for complementarity, but it is an idealization