1. construe as a real existence, of a conceptual entity
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How To Use hypostatize In A Sentence

  • Whether in life or in language, the body can be hypostatized as an eternal object or situated as an imagined event, a process unfolding in time. How to Do the History of Pornography: Romantic Sexuality and its Field of Vision
  • However, I believe you have mucked that up by arguing so convincingly above for (a hypostatized) Art's double role as true believer and cynic. The Power and the Piss
  • If we do not wish to hypostatize the world or ontologize the subject by making either one a ground, then the relation in question must be independent of their terms.
  • The argument Kant offers is excruciating, but the essential point is that, just as the idea of the soul involved the subreption of the hypostatized consciousness, so too, the idea of the ens realissimum is generated by both a subrepted principle and a hypostatization. Kant's Critique of Metaphysics
  • But there is also self-reflection in the emancipation-oriented sense, self-reflection as releasing the subject from dependence on hypostatized powers.
  • Barth's philosophical skepticism is rooted in the belief that ‘reality’ is our ideas about ‘reality’ hypostatized.
  • For in constricting the notion of "value" to mean solely a given thing or notion's ability to accommodate an end forever deferred to a hypostatized future, utilitarianism's strictly instrumental concept of rationality treats a given thing as something pure and absolute, to be sure — albeit only as "absolute for an other. The Melancholic Gift: Freedom in Nineteenth-Century Philosophy and Fiction
  • They hypostatized his notion of spontaneous self-positing, baking it into a largely aesthetic vocabulary of the creative power of imagination. Georg Friedrich Philipp von Hardenberg [Novalis]
  • Ernst Bloch, who also rejects the Christian tendency to hypostatize the future into an already existing God. FAITH, HOPE, AND CHARITY
  • Recourse has also been made to vague principles which hypostatize the problem and call it a solution, e.g., ASSOCIATION OF IDEAS
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