Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of totalizing, or the state of being totalized. Also spelled totalisation.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Act of totalizing, or state of being totalized.
“The principle of totalization is indeed ontological," he writes, "in that it has to be sought in the discontinuous structure of being itself" (RCC”
“These "totalization" agreements generally help workers in two ways: First, when you work in one country but are a citizen of the other, your wages are subject to Social Security taxation by only one country.”
“In what some would consider the culmination of his thought, he weds Existentialist biography with Marxian social critique in a Hegelian "totalization" of an individual and his era, to produce the last of his many incompleted projects, a multi-volume study of Flaubert's life and times, The Family Idiot (1971-1972).”
“Now we know why Bush has been more persistent in pursuing "totalization" to put illegal aliens into Social Security than to promote his proposal to privatize a small part of Social Security for American citizens.”
“However, nonetheless, the contrast she develops between historical materialists like Sartre - and everyone needs to be reading Sartre's later work and Nina is singular among the neo-Marxists in that she's doing genuine work to re-invigorate its relevance despite unfortunate rhetorical choices he made like use of terms like "totalization" (talk about poor timing!) - and ontologists that race to the bottom of meaninglessness is only plausible where being is treated as something outside the human.”
“As for the comment about 10 years, under the totalization agreement pushed by the Bush administration, illegal aliens could get benefits after as little as 1.5 years of work.”
“And, in addition to the amnesty giveaway, there's also Bush's totalization agreement with Mexico.”
“Breaking the sentence, or “statement,” down into phrases was a way to combat a false sense of truth — “totalization” — thus to replace it with a sense of contingency proper to our experience in the new world order.”
“The act of bringing everything within the scope of awareness—either in terms of external detail or inner principle—is labeled by numerous contemporary philosophers as totalization, and is heavily contested on a number of grounds.”
“There is also a spiritual argument against this totalization.”
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