" it creates an illusion of objective (physical) reality, where important aspects of the natural experience are either hidden or misrepresented, and where in actual fact the body is not engaged in what it thinks it is (or has been trained to believe over the course of millions of years) "

- philosophy of the body  

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" objectification may involve may involve the creation of a scene (such as in an act or media presentation) in which an individual objectifies themselves while looking away from the viewer (even indignantly or with pride) - which may be used to create the impression that the individual does not care for the viewer, creating the illusion that the viewer has no subjective significance and should therefore accept the objectification as presented "

- philosophy of the body  


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