Definition of Objectification

1. Noun. The act of representing an abstraction as a physical thing.




2. Noun. A concrete representation of an abstract idea or principle.
Generic synonyms: Representation
Derivative terms: Objectify

Definition of Objectification

1. Noun. The process or manifestation of objectifying (something). ¹

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Definition of Objectification

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Objectification

object of a preposition
object of the verb
object oriented programming
object permanence
object program
object pronoun
object pronouns
object recognition
object relationship
object space
object spaces
objectable
objected
objecthood
objectifiable
objectification (current term)
objectified
objectifier
objectifiers
objectifies
objectify
objectifying
objecting
objection
objectionability
objectionable
objectionableness
objectionably
objectional
objections

Literary usage of Objectification

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1. Modern Classical Philosophers: Selections Illustrating Modern Philosophy by Benjamin Rand (1908)
"THE objectification OF THE WILL ยง 17. ... What now impels us to inquiry is, that we are not satisfied with knowing that we have ideas, that they are such ..."

2. Logic: In Three Books, of Thought, of Investigation, and of Knowledge by Hermann Lotze (1888)
"We may describe this first operation of thought as the beginning of an objectification of the subjective; and I take advantage of this expression to guard ..."

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