Definition of Externalisation

1. Noun. Attributing to outside causes.

Exact synonyms: Externalization
Generic synonyms: Ascription, Attribution



2. Noun. Embodying in an outward form.
Exact synonyms: Exteriorisation, Exteriorization, Externalization
Generic synonyms: Objectification
Derivative terms: Exteriorise, Exteriorize

Definition of Externalisation

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of externalization) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Externalisation

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Externalisation

external sphincterotomy
external spiral sulcus
external squint
external stimuli
external stimulus
external storage
external strabismus
external surface
external surface of frontal bone
external surface of parietal bone
external traction
external wall of cochlear duct
external world
externalisation (current term)
externalise
externalised
externalises
externalising
externalism
externalisms
externalist
externalistic
externalistically
externalists
externalities
externality
externalization
externalizations

Literary usage of Externalisation

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1. Future Life in the Light of Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science by Louis Lucien Baclé (1906)
"CHAPTER X THE externalisation OF THE ETHEREAL DOUBLE The Link between Soul and Body. — Visible Manifestations of the Ethereal Body. ..."

2. OECD Science, Technology and Industry Outlook 2002by OECD Staff by OECD Staff (2002)
"externalisation of R&D at 1BM 1BM has historically been deeply vertically integrated. 1ts approach to R&D in its mainframe computer business was a ..."

3. What is Thought?: Or, The Problem of Philosophy by Way of a General by James Hutchison Stirling (1900)
"Ignorance of externalisation on Schelling's part was, on Schelling's part, ignorance also of what contingency was; for the latter is but the consequence, ..."

4. What is Thought?: Or, The Problem of Philosophy by Way of a General by James Hutchison Stirling (1900)
"Ignorance of externalisation on Schelling's part was, on Schelling's part, ignorance also of what contingency was; for the latter is but the consequence, ..."

5. Studies in Philosophy by Joseph Barber Lightfoot (1888)
"Its externalisation—(it being an internalisation)—must plainly be the opposite of its own self: whatever internalisation is, (externalisation will be not: ..."

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