- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reify.
“That experience of having your ‘common sense’ suspicions elegantly reified is a guaranteed zinger, and I think it’s where long-lasting ideologies are born.”
““Orientalism has become a reified ‘Other,’” writes Irwin of Said.”
“It got me to thinking about this sides-of-the-brain thing, a genuinely innovative idea from neuroscience, which, like so many valid scientific insights, got reified, oversimplified and misinterpreted by popular psychology.”
“But it actually reified them by fantasizing that the resiliency against addiction in half the subjects must have stemmed from some yet-to-be discovered "variations in the brains of the un-addicted siblings.”
“Culture is fluid: "cultures" and genders are illusions when they are reified in this manner, and "race" is a category of practice, not a category of analysis.”
“On the other hand, the limits of this reified vision leave the sector vulnerable to charges of unclear decision making, further entrenching art and culture's status as something not to be taken seriously across Whitehall.”
“On the one hand, art and culture have become reified to the extent that it is almost impossible to compare them with other areas of public policy without the charge of, at best, misunderstanding or, at worst, philistinism.”
“We tend to view the access to knowledge field as if knowledge is a reified thing over there amd our job is to offer access to it.”
“It is concurrently ironic and hypocritical that the very same "Hindus" who champion "Hinduism" to be the only tolerant religion are also intolerant of academic and other publications that are incongruous with their imagined and reified vision of Hinduism, and especially with their homogenized version of the epic Rāmāyaṇa.”
“And yes, the expansionist fringe was happy to have its religious views reified in land.”
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