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"Symbolization has also won since, and he came out of the race well, and I feel he has progressed again.
Now what is really new about the technical environment is that it does not lend itself to symbolization. And this is the case for two reasons: first, for there to be symbolization at all, the symbol-creator must be outside what he is symbolizing; there must be some distance between the symbolizer and the symbolized.
For the process of symbolization, Hatch (1993) refers to some symbolic-interpretative researchers in order to define a symbol as something that represents a conscious or an unconscious association with something wider, generally more abstract, concept or meaning.
[[mu].sub.1], [[mu].sub.2], and [[mu].sub.3] are break points which have a deep influence on symbolization result.
Although this method can display complex symbols, it has problems on the client side when it is used for interactive symbolization. In the past, interactive map symbol visualization was attempted by using SVG technologies (Zaslavsky 2000; Wang, Li, and Yin 2007; Zhang, Li, and Yin 2012).
Van der Wiel says that in our contemporary culture, the question has radically shifted from the "possibility of working through trauma to its desirability." Whereas "moving beyond a symptomatic expression of trauma requires the cognitive transformation (symbolization) of raw emotion, in contemporary culture traumatic subjectivity has been elevated to the status of sublimity" (216).
It allows the exploration of the affective symbolizations organizing their relationship with hosting bodies.
The contemplative nature of the novel facilitates the process of self-discovery and thus lends itself "as both an autobiographical mirror of author and community, and as an imagined piece of specular symbolization and metafiction" (204).
Bakri Hassan Salih, pointed out that the School Tournament represents symbolization to the national unity and solidarity, appreciating the great role played by the teachers and the Students' Activities Administration in the education and qualification of students.
We can make expressive images of people at work on those streets by calling on the same photographic instincts used by photojournalists: timing, anticipation, symbolization and an understanding of human nature itself.
This betrays our always phantasmic relation to a Real that can never be accessed, the Real as "that which resists symbolization absolutely" (Lacan).
It is remarkably clear (the main arguments in it are laid out in numbered premises that don't have any unnecessary symbolization) and does not presuppose the reader is already familiar with content externalism or with the debates concerning it.