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Wasted efforts undermine resilience; the efficiencies of pacing and exteriorization cultivate it.
Generally the face alone is considered to be the mirror of the soul: the mobility of the features of the face seems to us the unique exteriorization of the spiritual life.
It is "the exteriorization thanks to which an impression is transcended and becomes an expression" (Interpretation 19).
Indeed, it soon appears that his ever-more tyrannical behaviour towards his victim is only the exteriorization of his deep need to deal with the frustration engendered by the conflictual relationship with his mother.
If, in Sula, we witness an interiorization, here we observe an exteriorization.
This 'tertiary' layer of retention exists as material culture into which we are born, into a world not of our own making so to speak, though as the exteriorisation and spatialisation of individual time becoming collective time, 'tertiary retention is an original exteriorization of mind' (FNC, p9).
He further suggests that this should be viewed as exteriorization, providing space for transcendence in the realm of language.
The Filshie clip does not require tubal exteriorization, a potential advantage in obese patients and in those who have tubal adhesions.
The Anstoss as an exteriorization of inner emptiness appears not only in the Herb Myerson scenes from In tolerable Cruelty but in other Coen films as well.
53) In the three stages of poetic genesis, as Hugo sees it--the act of imagination, which conceives, the act of creation, which organizes, and the act of production, which weaves the initial concept into the cloth of the poem--there is nowhere a simple adding of form to content, but rather an exteriorization of content, which makes it visible and palpable.
For Alice/Agnese, ecstasy is instead a moment of immanent transcendence: an exteriorization of the self through shared sentiment with the other, resulting in her assumption of the victim's call for a better world: "insurrezione quotidiana ed espansione dell'anima" (120).