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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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To see the significance of relating the generalized pattern of cognitional operations to patterns of experience, I find it helpful to underline two features of Lonergan's philosophical approach, namely, interiority itself and interiority as an objectification of consciousness.
Dunbar's poem is brilliant in its technique and powerful in its general theme, but what is also notable is how little it says about the interiority of the masked subject.
Her forthcoming book, The Dangerous Lover: Gothic Villains, Byronism, and the Nineteenth-Century Seduction Narrative, traces a literary-historical itinerary of the lover whose eroticism comes from his remorseful and rebellious exile, from his tormented and secret interiority.
And if we think of prayer as a quest for intimacy with God--an exchange of selves--perhaps we will ask for and be granted deeper access to God's interiority, to God's thoughts, desires, and hopes for us and for the world, surely larger and more generous than our own.
When shutters and oculi are open, there is an enormous sense of release, like a spectacular theatrical scene change that underlines the ambiguity between architecture and landscape, transforming dark interiority into the open air.
It is, rather, a kind of collage of brief Christian and Taoist texts that are expressive of a variety of themes concerning aspects of human interiority.
Through an adept selection of quotations, Karatani argues that institutions and material practices give rise to such phenomena as interiority and confession, phenomena which standard accounts of Japanese literature regard as prior to practice.
Brown's analysis redefines individualism to mean an inner directedness or interiority.
She looks at cases where patients need holding, but are also traumatized by it; where holding is useful in developing a sense of interiority.
The boarded-up screens around the 16-mm film projection Variations of Incomplete Open Cubes, 2011, play a large role, evoking horror movies and the closing of space onto an interiority that is both peaceful and disturbing.
The ostensible reason is to combat the staid nightlife of Tucson, but the duo's ruminations on whether their chambermaid is gaslighting them--with fake flowers, no less--adds whimsical drama to a friendship that possesses a powerful interiority.
Sources also told that interiority ministry has also the information about any possible terrorist activity in the area and strict security measures were being ensured.