- v. present participle of reify.
“Engaging the culture" sounds so amorphous and runs the risk of committing an error of 'reifying' something that has no substantial reality in itself--Christians are called to love their neighbor, and we do so in accordance with the specific vocation God has given to us, so if anything lay people are called to engage their neighbors.”
“Yeah, I thought on afterwards Sangermaine and realising he could be using it in some "reifying" sense which would just about work, but then I reckon he'd be playing a bit fast-and-loose with the grammar (the "dao" that may be reified as The Way ...).”
“And with the collapse of the USSR, America stood unrivaled, reifying a core belief that this global network of foreign bases had in part been vital to American success and strength.”
“By naming them this way she was reifying a memory of some kind and converting it into a 'personality'...”
“From the magic of consciousness to the reifying function of language, the value of art and the morality of science, "The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore" is a brilliant, unruly brute of a book - the kind of thing Richard Powers might write while pumped up on laughing gas.”
“Practical solutions to problems that are not abstract, and cannot be resolved by endlessly reifying.”
“Am I reifying gender by living and transitioning this way?”
“Does the fact that I am not “transgressing gender” mean that I am “reifying the gender binary”? and how exactly is this not just repeating the same trope that trans-exclusive radfems throw at trans women?”
“A rights-based approach to human rights violations would prioritize the needs and desires of people who have been victimized over criminal justice, and could thereby avoid replicating and reifying racial inequities.”
“The ancient Greeks saddled Western civilization with contempt for the non-Western Other while reifying itself.”
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