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in·te·ri·or

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

[L. internus, within]
The internal portion or area of something; situated within.
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Her topics are aisthesis and interiority in Wittgenstein's writing, showing intentions and seeing aspects in Dostoevsky's novels, and the visibility of pain in Sebald's novels.
In Anxieties of Interiority and Dissection in Early Modern Spain, Enrique Fernandez analyzes descriptions of interiority in the works of Fray Luis de Granada, Francisco de Quevedo, Miguel de Cervantes, and Maria de Zayas.
Yet in excluding interiority from History, these thinkers also define it as necessarily lost or missing, as perpetually unrecorded and unrecordable.
Tonight and tomorrow, 7pm, The Sabai Pavillion, 0871 7050705 FILM A Quiet Passion Emily Dickinson's life was one of great interiority, never marrying and confining herself to the town where she was born.
He is the editor of The Studies in Archetypal Psychology Series of Spring Journal Books as well as a founding member and Vice-President of The International Society for Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority) is a ground-breaking book exploring the use of legal metaphors and the courtroom analogy by Freud, Jung, and psychology more generally and examined in relation to the practice psychotherapy and analysis.
long for : the interiority we create by reading is rich and lonely.)
In its best moments, the novel is reminiscent of the interiority of Virginia Woolf's stories, where flashes of personal insight are searing and perplexing but ultimately ignored.
The experienced actress wisely opted to do this not with facile volume and intensity, but with greater interiority, depth and irony.
I will make use of three categories: interiority, subjectivity, intellectuality.
When I work in portraiture, the process is particularly driven by this physicality, and the resulting images are often concerned with interiority and embodiment.
Viola uses the medium that currently mass-controls us, alienating us from our own interiority and intimacy, and subverts this 'technology of spectacle' against itself, with time-lapse, slow motion and so on, in order to explore the dimensions of the human condition and encounter the 'unseen'.
Bottle episodes adhering to this Naturalist theatrical aesthetic typically retain the basic stylistic and narrative norms of the series of which they are a part, but they deemphasize goal-oriented action, instead foregrounding character psychology and the gradual revelation of interiority.