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  • verb Present participle of poeticize.

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Examples

  • This reconstitution is accomplished through interruption of the narrative, multiple points of view, a rhythm generated by repetition of verbal elements, a poeticizing lyricism and figurative language that is rich and colorful.

    Judith Hendel.

  • Paradoxically, Heidegger in his seemingly nationalist discussions of the poeticizing of the “earth” in The Origins of the Work of Art, shows that poetry the epitome of art, according to Heidegger will carry with it an excess in relation to any kind of world it will unravel, an excess that will point to the foundation of a people and the history that makes the definition of a people possible.

    enowning

  • While Heidegger's project of the history of being is worthwhile, his insights into the modes of nature's coming forth valuable, the radicalness of his vocabulary at times entails philosophical loss; in our case the marginalizing of the sensuous-perceptual character of art, now re-framed as poeticizing earth, contributing to the leveling of distinctions in media music is heard, a painting is seen, where these respective perceptual fields are incommensurable.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • While Heidegger's project of the history of being is worthwhile, his insights into the modes of nature's coming forth valuable, the radicalness of his vocabulary at times entails philosophical loss; in our case the marginalizing of the sensuous-perceptual character of art, now re-framed as poeticizing earth, contributing to the leveling of distinctions in media music is heard, a painting is seen, where these respective perceptual fields are incommensurable.

    enowning

  • Paradoxically, Heidegger in his seemingly nationalist discussions of the poeticizing of the “earth” in The Origins of the Work of Art, shows that poetry the epitome of art, according to Heidegger will carry with it an excess in relation to any kind of world it will unravel, an excess that will point to the foundation of a people and the history that makes the definition of a people possible.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • It came out of Philly funk that started in jazz back with a guitar player named Bugaloo Joe Jones--the bugaloo funky beat, and funky twangy guitar, congo drums, bongos, and then Gil Scott Heron started telling a story to it and the Last Poets started poeticizing the War that will be on television, and up around Chi-Town, too, with Lester Bowie and the Art Ensemble of Chicago.

    Hippity-Hopping Down Bunny's Trail

  • And whether through an act of sublimation or through an act of just poeticizing, transformed it into something life affirming and health affirming.

    Walt Whitman's America: A Cultural Biography

  • This may be Beard's story, but it's McEwan's vehicle, constructed to let him pull all the showy turns of the major contemporary novelist and ambitious public intellectual: personalizing the political, politicizing the personal and poeticizing everything else.

    NYT > Home Page

  • There's the awareness of it, there's the poeticizing of it but there's not the full acceptance of it or they wouldn't crack the way they did.

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  • There's the awareness of it, there's the poeticizing of it but there's not the full acceptance of it or they wouldn't crack the way they did.

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