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in·te·ri·or

(in-tēr'ē-ŏr),
Relating to the inside; situated within.

interior

[in·tēr′ē·ər]
Etymology: L, inner
1 situated inside; inward.
2 an inner part or cavity.

interior

[L. internus, within]
The internal portion or area of something; situated within.
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The same may be said of Levinas, for whom human interiority escapes History (not unlike Fondane's existant), as he explains in the course of several pages (here abbreviated) of Totalite et infini:
The principle people think legitimizes a politics in interiority, far from the State, but just as well its opposite, a politics in exteriority.
To do this, I turn to Lonergan's notion of interiority and generalized empirical method.
Likewise, in Lopez's The Darling she shows the reader that though Caridad's true opinions at times might be silenced by the restrictions of class or gender, her interiority is much more complex than she is able to express.
In bottle episodes, the intimacy created by the confinement of just a few characters in constricted spaces lays the foundation for an exploration of character psychology--an exploration that proceeds through the gradual revelation of interiority.
Cooper's focus on interiority leads her to value a verbalized (even if only internally) form of choice that is not visible in the actions and behavior of the characters that McCarthy reveals to the reader.
And, of course, we project that interiority on to the rendered figure, all the while empathising with that figure.
The spoken word, he notes, addresses that interiority differently from the written word.
When the aura of theater lights fills her mind and she feels the heat-flutter of bodies move across her stage, she needs nothing and no one from this world where men ask women to sit for them in fantasy, and she makes of that interiority this vibrancy--figures slipping down hallways to smaller and smaller rooms, and beyond the corridors opening onto miniature bricked pathways, beyond the swinging bridges, beyond porticoes and creaking porch steps, her self is a filament of sunlight on a splintered oak table where a vase of tulips glistens by a curtain's raveled hem.
Aiming to explore issues of interiority and exteriority, the artist painted scenes of fraught domesticity and the turbulent world out there, encoding and encircling each other.
Our final section, Literary Responses to Colonialism, picks up on the themes of the first two sections with "Imagery and Interiority of the 'Real' Chinese: A Feminist Postcolonial Reading of Eileen Chang's 'Love in a Fallen City'" by Bi-Ling Chen.
Rather than defining sovereignty through criteria imposed from without, I define subjective sovereignty through a notion of self-relational interiority.