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|Indeed, how can women become sexual subjects when it is considered obscene |
to speak of woman's desire?8 At the same time ... “to make oneself an object, to
make oneself passive, is a very different thing from being a passive object” (379).
|that men experience their own sexuality as simple and unified, where |
transcendence and immanence become one.14 ... She writes 'To make oneself
an object, to make oneself passive, is a very different thing from being a passive
object: a ...
|Professors of humanities, with all their leftist fantasies, have little direct |
knowledge of American life and no impact whatever on public policy. CAMILLE ...
ACCEPTANCE 1 To make oneself an object, to make oneself passive, is a very
different thing from being a passive object. SIMONE DE ... What seems nasty,
painful, evil, can become a source of beauty, joy and strength, if faced with an
|With a shuntline specific projective object: Passive source: chihualo = #0-0(|
chihua-lo)0+0-0# = it is being made; they are ... #ti-0+c-0+te(chihua-l-tia)0+0-0#
= you persuade s.o. to make it/them [The impersonal agent implied in the passive
... love one another Causative transform: titenetlazohtlaltia = #ti-0+te+ne(tla-zo-h-
tla-l-tia)0+0-0# = you cause people to love one ... #ni-0+n-o+te(piya-l-tia)0+0-0#
= I cause s.o. to guard me; i.e., I put myself in s.o.'s safekeeping, I entrust myself
to s.o. ...
|To say it is nondiscursive means two things: that it is nonconceptual—we do not |
use judgement to determine if it is true; and ... of intellectual intuition when he
states that “It [i.e., the knowledge of intellectual intuition] is so, because I make it
so”(I, 460). ... Second, if I know myself as an active being, then I cannot apply
concepts to myself, because that would make me passive and determined,
another object ...
|I was entirely passive, so I was made an object. That's my earliest memory from |
1943–44. So the whole notion of being an object became a very obvious thing in
our work, in all of our performances—to make yourself an object. Marina was ...
|The word tariv, is, whioh connects the subject and attribute together (hence |
called the copula), is the verb, so named because it is the ... on to and acts upon
something which is called the object, as Au» roy avBputroy, I loose the man,
where the object avBpuwov is acted upon by the subject of Awe. ... Accordingly,
the form remains the same, being in both cases Aimuat. In other word*. Auoyuu
may have a reflex (or middle) import, as J loose myself, or a passive import, as I
|The testiness of passive-aggressives is a prime example of how these patients |
cannot, or choose not to, express their ... Potter-Efron (1995) put it, these people
are "anger sneaks (known more formally as passive-aggressors) [who] only ... as
a consequence of their tendency to vacillate about being angry, as they vacillate
about many other things in their lives. ... for patients who, like most passive-
aggressives, are highly relationship-dependent, and so for whom object
constancy is key.
|565 Verbs with passive inflexions are of two classes; viz. verbs which have also |
an active voice, and verbs which have ... If the object of the action be a person or
thing, i. e. if the verb be transitive, the passive may be used in both numbers and
... may have (ego) laedor, (tu) laederis, (is, ea, id) laeditur, (nos) laediinur, (vos)
laedimini, (ii, eae, ea) laeduntur, / am (being) ... I gird myself; dedor, give myself
up ; erigor, raise myself; exeroeor, exercise myself; exuor, take off from myself;
|It is pleasanter to be passive than to act, to be redeemed and made free by |
another than to free oneself; pleasanter to make one's salvation ... oneself an
object of love than an object of effort ; pleasanter to know oneself beloved by God
than merely to have that simple, ... pleasanter to see oneself imaged in the love-
beaming eyes of another personal being, than to look into the concave mirror ...
To feeling, that which thinks is the thing thought, and the thing thought is that