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- n. Alternative spelling of idealization.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as idealization.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- etc. See idealization, idealize, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. something that exists only as an idea
- n. (psychiatry) a defense mechanism that splits something you are ambivalent about into two representations--one good and one bad
- n. a portrayal of something as ideal
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And, make no mistake, idealisation is as disempowering as demonisation in its marginalisation; prince on the pedestal of Heaven or prisoner in the pit of Hell, beyond the veil or beyond the pale, both forms of the Paraclete are made safe by rendering them absolutes, positive and negative infinities, off the scale, outside the frame.
I was going to say... that sounds like some kind of idealisation if I ever saw it :P
But the true "idealisation" and the first business of the poet is a
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However, I am also critical of unbalanced, inflammatory and obsessive idealisation of Israel, of the kind that is rife in the polities of various Western countries including Australia and the United States.
The Italian Renaissance's idealisation of classical culture had entered Britain during the 16th century; by the early 18th century, not to be a classicist was almost an act of blasphemy.
It's not a bad way to spend a Tuesday lunchtime, in a rehearsal room in Clapham High Street, south London, listening to Simon Russell Beale expound on centaurs, Little Nell and the idealisation of childhood, modern Pimlico, 19th-century German symphonic music, his benign attitude to errant theatregoers with mobiles ( "Their own mortification is their punishment") and murder.
Their project has been to overthrow the 18th-century Romantic idealisation of childhood in art, which fetishised children for what they were not: not sexual, not knowing, not polluted by adult experience, and, in so doing, to challenge the viewers 'interior sense of what childhood ought to look like.
Interwar feminism rejected the philanthropic 'tea-drinking' culture represented by Parren and the women of the Lyceum, their idealisation of folk arts and crafts for their perceived ethnic authenticity and supposed embodiment of true Greek femininity.
Robbie Turner's persona is romantic idealisation, the embodiment of Briony Tallis' childhood infatuation.