When did the use of the word problematic as a noun cease to be merely the substantive use of the adjective (meaning, thus, problematic [things]) and start to be an object in its own right?
Also: what does this sentence mean?
"It is this context that I want to allude briefly to the problematic of seeing/being seen."
Can one really allude a context to a problematic? I don't think I speak this kind of English :*(