Verb(1) question formally about policy or government business
(1) As of last week, 277 members had put their names to a plan to interpellate (formally question) the president over the reasons for his decision.(2) The history plays as a whole arguably concern the way in which people are interpellated by their symbolic titles, assume or fail to assume their symbolic titles, are transformed by those titles.(3) Subjects are thus interpellated into the symbolic order as gendered and raced beings and are recognizable only in reference to the existing grid of intelligibility.(4) Genres are often seen prescriptively as a means of interpellating the subject into existing norms and hierarchies.(5) Ruling and opposition lawmakers expressed their disagreement with the planned revisions when they interpellated Ho at the legislature's Home and Nations Committee meeting yesterday.(6) Only in nature is interpellation absent, and it is only when Narcissus sees his reflection in the mirror of the lake (the technic of objective realization?) that narcissism and auto-interpellation is born.(7) He was also able to accept interpellations about the special budget for the infrastructure projects, although some lawmakers who were unhappy with the failure to list their own agendas in the extra session disrupted proceedings.(8) And how might we resist these interpellations, or other potentially painful interpellations ?(9) Insufficiency here (the recycling of the sequence, the absence of sound, and the use of slow motion) discloses the subjection inherent to super-nature and, in so doing, interpellates the spectator in a grieving of the spectacle.(10) To do so, of course, would require us to escape the system of signs that interpellates us as consumers, seize control of the means of production, and put it to some other use than competitive accumulation.(11) ‘For more than a month now, the Prime Minister has not been replying to questions and interpellations by the Coalition for Bulgaria in connection with the crisis,’ he added.(12) I said I did not have the capability to become premier because many legislators were interpellating the premier in [Hoklo, more commonly known as Taiwanese], and I could not understand Taiwanese 100 percent.(13) As one of the moves to do away with old politics, there has been a change to the format of the parliamentary interpellation at the plenary session.
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