taking hold

IPA: tˈeɪkɪŋhˈoʊɫd

noun

  • the act of gripping something firmly with the hands

Examples of "taking-hold" in Sentences

  • For Human Beings that means letting-go of their pitifully inadequate "individual self," and taking-hold of the organic FORM of their kind within the Living Arrangement of our Mother Earth within the Song 'n' Dance of Life Herownself.
  • In the light of his new philosophy Althusser reads the problematic, teleological parts in Marx as arising out of a conflation of the accomplished fact (capitalism) with its taking-hold or being accomplished - that is, the process of becoming capitalism.

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