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Read together, these works suggest that resilience approaches offer a topological form of security that interiorizes the outside's de-territorializing potential--a movement that might be countered by a radical atmospherics of security that enables socio-ecological difference to persist as difference.
When enthusiasts interiorize the anti-consumption attacks, their actions tend to change the positioning of the brand in their minds and/or in the market by putting pressure on the company.
Since God is beyond essence, the feelings that most radically interiorize the supreme intention of reason and the search for true happiness must be beyond form.
According to Juteau, in the power structure regulating group interaction, the stronger or more dominant group will usually attempt to deter members of the weaker one from determining their historical agency according to idiosyncratic historical specificities, preferring that they instead interiorize a simplistic framework of their past experiences that the stronger one usually imposes.
In the same vein, Ribeyro exhibits a strong interest in every aspect of the experience of marginalization, be it spatial (as in living on the border, or markedly outside the metropolis), physical (concerning one's appearance, which inevitably encompasses social and cultural limitations as well), and finally existential, oftentimes being the result of one's inability (contested or not) to interiorize predominant cultural norms.
By the same token, filmmakers from the Balkans interiorize exotic and preconceived notions about the region and thematize them in their films, thereby catering to this "psychological predisposition" (84) of Western Europeans, as with Ilie Pintilie's O primavara de neuitat / An Unforgettable Summer (1994), Milcho Manchevski's Pred dozhdot / Before the Rain (1994), and Theo Angelopoulos's To vlemma tou Odyssea / Ulysses" Gaze (1995).
We are coming to realize we cannot live on the "outside" of these times, we must interiorize nature back into the heart of being human, into the sacred love and connectedness of all life.
When, however, Christmas began to interiorize, when gifts began flowing not outside the home from adult to adult but rather inside the home from family member to family member, especially from parent to child, practical gifts from the household became quite unattractive.