Verb(1) free from a body or physical form or reality
(1) It seems more sensible to disembody it and focus attention on meanings and the codes producing them.(2) And language has the power to disembody that which was previously claimed as true, but has now become inconvenient.(3) Can it create community and commitment or does it eviscerate, virtualize, minimize, and disembody them?(4) Is there a danger that that can disembody the worship experience by simply turning people into passive watchers of the screen.(5) The austerity that has made desire philosophically acceptable is conspicuously absent from pleasure; pleasure is harder to disembody .(6) He believed that what he called our ├ö├ç├┐modern technocracy ├ö├ç├┐- the heir of Enlightenment rationalism which condemns humankind's religious dimension to the catacombs - ├ö├ç├┐more than any other age tends to disembody man├ö├ç├û.(7) Or perhaps the hip-hop ├ö├ç├┐nation├ö├ç├û has managed to de-essentialize and disembody blackness, while simultaneously solidifying its immanence.(8) the play of light off the dome's glass further served to disembody it(9) You seem to disembody them of their original meaning.(10) The post-Cartesian theoretical move in this regard is to avoid mentalist discourses that reify or disembody such shared resources and thereby bifurcate the dynamically embodied person.(11) In partial contrast, early knowledge programs attempted to disembody all knowledge from its possessors to make it an organizational asset.(12) In the woman's film, the gaze must be de-eroticized (since the spectator is now assumed to be female), but in doing this the films effectively disembody their spectator.(13) It seems to me to be at least open as a possible point of view, that the moment you disembody business - deal with this concept of business being transmitted - that consequences follow, including the one I have identified.(14) The concept of social costs, as typically invoked, completely disembodies and impersonalizes costs.(15) Much as he deplores the disembodiment he finds at the heart of dying-to-know narratives, some kind of self-denial, he decides, is essential for the good, if not the true.(16) The project furthermore makes doubtful the possibility of posthumanism that is conditioned by cyborgization and human disembodiment because these two are virtually the outcomes of the metaphoric relationship.
1. disembody ::
Different Formsdisembodies, disembody, disembodying
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