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fan·ta·sy

(fan'tă-sē),
Imagery that is more or less coherent, as in dreams and daydreams, yet unrestricted by reality.
Synonym(s): phantasia
[G. phantasia, idea, image]

fan·ta·sy

(fan'tă-sē)
Imagery that is more or less coherent, as in dreams and daydreams, yet unrestricted by reality.
Synonym(s): phantasia.
[G. phantasia, idea, image]

phantasia

(făn-tā′zē-ă) [Gr.]
An appearance that is imaginary.
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However, it would allow for a semantic broadening of the concept of phantasia up to and in the time of Ptolemy, and it would support the relation, syntactic as well as semantic, of the [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in Ptolemy's [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] to the [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in the previous sentence.
Thus far, the difference between phantasia and phantasma appears to be fairly straightforward.
A consequence of restricting perception in this way to the reception of the objects perceived in themselves is that either (a) nonrational animals do not apprehend concrete individuals that are incidentally perceived at all (and such incidental perception is only available to humans), (17) or (b) these sensory objects are interpreted by the quasiperceptual faculty of phantasia in nonhuman animals.
9) He did not link phantasia exclusively to a decisive step in the process of deriving incontrovertible knowledge from sensory perceptions; phantasia is also seen as a vital means in the creative process of the writer and the orator.
En 1904/1905, lorsque Husserl examine les actes de phantasia et de perception, il ne thematise pas le concept d'experience qui se deroule.
The phantasia is the faculty by which sensible realities are
For Plato, in the Republic and its image of the divided line, imagination or eikasia--as distinct from phantasia or "fantasy"--was also a unifier, drawing together the many images toward the one original to which they point and signify--at first from the visible image to the visible original, but later from the visible image to the invisible original to which the visible community is nevertheless beholden.
Benassi si sofferma su idee portanti come la dicotomia fra bellezza sensibile e metafisica, similitudine, proporzione e simmetria, inventio, dispositio, phantasia, lux e lumen e perspectiva, per portarne alla luce le origini filosofiche, la storia e la rilevanza nel corso dei secoli.
Stoics think of a belief as an assent to a passively-received impression, or phantasia, which represents the world in certain ways.
The general problem, however, has less to do with explication than simply drawing attention to the shimmering, "disillusioning" phantasia in the depths of Baudrillard's image-theory--the image as both the formal medium and exit point of theory.
When a stream or "current" of pneuma travels from the soul to the sense organ, it leaves the body and enters the pneumatic atmosphere where it is altered before eventually returning to deposit a sensory image or phantasia in the mind (Spruit 55).
No lugar de mágico e mesmo de maravilhoso, Rodrigues propõe o uso do termo fantástico, que se origina do latim phantasticu e do grego phantastikós, ambos oriundos, por sua vez, de phantasia.