identificatory love

Definitions

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  • adjective Serving to identify something; identifying.
  • adjective Tending to identify oneself with someone or something; engendering association.

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Examples

  • In the case of the girl, Rowena, of course, as she was already a self-pronounced slave, the brand and collar were little more than identificatory formalities.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • She portrays the children of the victims as incapable of action and as caught between the guilt of the survivors and the lack of identificatory models of resistance.

    Myriam Anissimov.

  • First, George's desire for the book hails him into an identificatory relation with the

    The State of Things: Olaudah Equiano and the Volatile Politics of Heterocosmic Desire

  • I hoped to show students that the modernist standards they impose on written poetry are not universal, while reminding them that they already have a definition of the lyric that makes as much room for eloquence and identificatory pleasure as it does for riddle-solving.

    How to Save 'Tintern Abbey' from New-Critical Pedagogy (in Three Minutes Fifty-Six Seconds)

  • This similarity may not be an obvious one, since Simpson's antiquarianism advocates a kind of history that might almost be thought of as decadentthat is, as history for its own sake, history that tries not to care about or perhaps tries to disavow its ideological, political or identificatory significance in favor of an ostensibly less subjective and more intellectually altruistic agenda that paradoxically values both randomness and thoroughness.

    Reading Queerly: A Presentist's Confession

  • Rejecting that narrow definition permits them to bring to Wordsworth an intensely identificatory reading strategy that they associate mainly with electronic media.

    How to Save 'Tintern Abbey' from New-Critical Pedagogy (in Three Minutes Fifty-Six Seconds)

  • Under those circumstances, it's possible to come to the conclusion that you "like poetry," without connecting that liking closely to the identificatory surprise and sense of suspended volition you feel when reciting your favorite song lyrics.

    How to Save 'Tintern Abbey' from New-Critical Pedagogy (in Three Minutes Fifty-Six Seconds)

  • One permitted residence in Ar received the identificatory ostrakon, for example, citizens, ambassadors, resident aliens, trade agents, and such, was a function of heir owner†™ s possession of such ostraka.

    Magicians of Gor

  • The slave looked up at me while the retainers removed his chains, and the identificatory slave bracelet, of silver, which he had worn on his left wrist.

    Magicians of Gor

  • The slave looked up at me while the retainers removed his chains, and the identificatory slave bracelet, of silver, which he had worn on his left wrist.

    Magicians of Gor

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