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- n. Alternative spelling of externalization.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. embodying in an outward form.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See externalization, externalize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. attributing to outside causes
- n. embodying in an outward form
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The poor currently do not benefit from the "externalisation" of electricity prices because they do not use enough electricity.
The colonisation of reality by fictions requires a dialectic of involution and externalisation.
Or was architecture the externalisation of male function?
The involution to inner space, to scenarios of nerve and blood vessel, forms an alternative ‘conceptualized psychopathology’ (AT 99) of re-externalisation.
They asked users to solve a reasonably complex puzzle involving moving different coloured balls between two boxes using a small dish, and built two versions of the game program, one of which offered more guidance to the user – involved more externalisation – than the other.
A typical form of externalisation is when you select and drag an item on an interface and it shows where you can drop it by highlighting areas as you move over them.
Steps Retread (Fail) "Plot Driven" is how we genre types are supposed to write, meaning, I suppose, that stuff happens in our stories which is not just an externalisation of the protagonist's inner turmoil.
Were pyramids really as useless as they seemed or did they form a focus, perhaps a concrete symbol of the first true externalisation of thought?
There is a lot of externalisation that's going on.
While some of this growth is attributable to the knowledge economy, the real growth is due to the externalisation, casualisation and informalisation of labour.