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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of totalize.


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  • Malcolm Bull's very suggestive subversion of Nietzsche offers a view of "totalized" society that contains all those species that Nietzsche would categorize as "subhuman."


  • The basic organizational grid served amazingly well, allowing what eventually became a project of 89,000 separate files to have a totalized coherence.


  • With the Internet and social media nexus, we're evolving a totalized and unitary cultural vocabulary.

    Rajiv Naresh: Meme Wars and the Death of the Underground

  • Very roughly, the symbolic can be thought of as a sort of web thrown over the world that allows the world to appear organized, totalized, and well sorted into a system of categories.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Their hallmark is an attempt to reconstruct the subject's project as his manner of dialectically "totalizing" his epoch even as he is being totalized by it.

    Jean-Paul Sartre

  • What you see-highways, parking lots, stores-is all there is, or all that's left to us here in the reign of globalized, totalized, paved-over, corporatized everything.

    Nickel and Dimed

  • In Kant, this "unitary status" became totalized through a transcendental identification with the Other, Reason, whose threat to overwhelm the self through its demand for totality in imaginative intuitions of infinite space or for free self-determination in intuitions of absolute power precipitated the experience of "blockage."

    Re-collecting Spontaneous Overflows

  • Everything up to now the Arisians could have done themselves; but even the totalized and integrated mind of Arisia would hit Area K and bounce.

    Children of the Lens

  • Then, left hand at his throat and right hand pulling hard at his belt, she put the totalized and concentrated power of her whole body behind the knee she drove into his groin.

    Subspace Survivors

  • Now, so to place these images, totalized and fitted to the limits of the human mind, as to elicit from, and to superinduce upon, the forms themselves the moral reflections to which they approximate, to make the external internal, the internal external, to make nature thought, and thought nature—this is the mystery of genius in the fine arts.

    On Poesy or Art


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