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Externalize

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Astrological influences are often thought of as affecting the inner side of life first (e.g., emotionally or mentally) and then manifesting as an event in the outer world. The term externalize is often used to describe this outward manifestation.

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12) Eastern (Indian) Western(Scholastic) Interiorization Exteriorization Subjective Objective Mystic (experience) Scientific (experiment) Search Research Contemplative Thinking Calculative Thinking Intuitive Rational Qualitative Quantitative Immanent Transcendent Old Tradition Present State (Influenced by West) Scholars were seekers of wisdom.
The early juvenile stage [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2L OMITTED] is characterized by a complete exteriorization of the stomodeal area and of the five ambulacral areas that end in primary podia.
Composition researchers label this outward movement as externalization or exteriorization.
The heart is the key to the mind and the soul, and the key to the heart is its opening, that is its exteriorization and visualization in a discursive exchange and offering.
This reduction of various expressive media to their primitive economic directness, and the fusion of these primal essences into an assimilated medium for the exteriorization of thought, is Vico, and Vico, applied to the problem of style.
Group B- Primary closure with proximal diversion ileostomy or exteriorization of perforation.
Well-designed clinical studies have demonstrated no significant difference in the rate of post-cesarean infectious morbidity with the administration of high concentrations of perioperative oxygen, (22) saline wound irrigation, (22) placement of subcutaneous drains, (22) blunt versus sharp abdominal entry, (23) and exteriorization of the uterus for repair.
Subjective pain was assessed with VAPS at the following time points: skin incision, baby delivery, uterine exteriorization, peritoneal closure and skin closure.
The surgical procedure was divided into seven stages: transvaginal access, establishment of the pneumoperitoneum, approach to the right/left ovarian pedicle, exteriorization of the uterus, hemostasis of the uterine stump and vessels and inactive/inoperative time.
In other words, for Stiegler, Husserl's chief failure lies in his inability to think of primary retention (which belongs to the present of perception) in its intrinsic relation to secondary and tertiary retentions (which belong to imagination and exteriorization of memory, respectively).
The traditional treatment of colonic perforation consists of laparotomy and over suturing if the colon is clean, or exteriorization of the colonic ends if soiled; however non- operative management may be appropriate in patients with no evidence of peritonitis.
On the contrary, Stiegler now stresses the continuity: 'the exteriorization of human memory .