externalization

NOUN
  1. attributing to outside causes
  2. embodying in an outward form
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How To Use externalization In A Sentence

  • Kübler-Ross was invited to conduct workshops abroad, and her former employees continue to teach her “externalization” technique in Ireland, Germany, Spain, and New Zealand. The Truth About Grief
  • It is the unbroken continuation of the Socratic project as condemned by Nietzsche and embraced by Hegel (and geared up by Marx), an idealism that mirrors the constructed world, the world of the abstract animal, and follows the current of externalization of meaning i.e. Entertainment that fills the old lack left open in the mental economy. The Imbecilic Utterances (or Why is every man's burden the heaviest?)
  • It's a piece summarising psychological experiments that demonstrate externalisation as a coping strategy.
  • The Externalisation of Asylum Procedures: An Adequate EU Refugee Burden Sharing System?
  • I wonder how much the boys' recourse to "prescribed" externalizations of genuine depression-- particularly boys who have a real hangup about being "effeminate"-- winds up in the form of almost exclusively emotionally abusive relationships. Gender: A Question of Diagnosis?
  • This has particular importance as we grapple with the effects of human consciousness and its externalization in technology on the biosphere. Jason Silva: Darwin's Pharmacy: Sex, Plants and the Evolution of the Noosphere
  • Some of the overt ones rage, or yell and it is all just an externalisation of their internal self-violence.
  • Any comparison between these is dependent upon the further externalization of these values as objective forms.
  • Any comparison between these is dependent upon the further externalization of these values as objective forms.
  • Thus, mechanization within the workplace may increase the likelihood of externalization, since the organizational consequences of employee drug use may pose unacceptable risks.
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