What's at work here is that protective tendency to exteriorize
evil, both in the reader who asks such a question and the writer who avoids introspection and who, consequently, creates protagonists who are flatly good and antagonists who are flatly bad.
Or maybe he is attempting to exteriorize
the self-image of these characters, who consider themselves charismatic gods rather than squalid killers.
According to Dianteill, the process of identification provides a co-existence of the human spirit and the oricha in the corporal envelope, enabling the homosexual santeros to interject a feminine principal in the initiation process, and in the possession process the possibility to exteriorize
Can we go so far as to posit man's unconscious as a dynamic, assertive, appropriative force groping to exteriorize
itself through inventions (extensions)?
Thus, one of the main changes is to exteriorize
knowledge and apply it daily, when it is necessary, for environmental education and garbage issues, instituting values in citizens that will allow them to know the impact and consequences in the environment as a result of an increasing production of garbage in what is considered an unsustainable scenario.
Contributors primarily from archaeology and ethnography but also other sub-disciplines of anthropology propose a view of ethics within the profession that emphasizes the priority of practical ethical engagement of the professional self with its audiences, and criticizes the dominant tendency to dis-embed, exteriorize
, and alienate ethics from everyday scientific practice.
But retinality marks more positivist genres as well, as we shall find if we turn from the fantastic tale to the detective novel: more specifically, to the popular turn-of-the-century novelist Gaston Leroux's Le Mystere de la chambre jaune--a text that, like Claire Lenoir, also figurally links domestic chambre to optical chamber through a bedroom whose features echo and exteriorize
the pigmented anatomy of the human eye.
Fascinated by interiors that exteriorize
him, not only does he stage his being a third in an activity between two, but he stages his outsideness.