clear and obvious, in a stark or exaggerated form
So, we can understand financialization as a terrain of struggle and friction between different spheres and cycles of reproduction: the reproduction of capital writ large
we can understand “fictitious capital” writ large as the way capital spins a crucial social fiction about the nature of the world.
This is Freud’s pleasure principle writ large—a social experience that is centered around pursuing endless saccharine indulgences with the promise of avoiding reality.
As the international division of labor grows starker, the condition of the housewife is writ large, leaving the women of the “third world” to clean up the damage inflicted by the first.
According to Marx’s Capital, states secure the reproduction of capital writ large by sometimes setting themselves against individual bosses, who in their pursuit of accumulation and short-term returns fail to safeguard durable prosperity
It was as if his own feeling of impotence were writ large on the political scene everywhere.