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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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Thus, this episode can be regarded as a dramatic enactment of the double process of phantasia on which rhetorical enargeia depended.
In his Discorso del furor poetico of 1587 the Italian literary critic Lorenzo Giacomini was one of the first to use the definition of phantasia from On the Sublime.
Founded in 1999 and based in Lima, Phantasia provides consulting, digital marketing, creative and media buying services to its clients.
The Role of Phantasia in Aristotle's Explanation of Action", en su obra Aristotle's De Motu Animalium.
But if the legitimate extension of the notion of 'viewing' to include the phantasia exercized by the hearers and readers of verbal narratives extends the scope (to use another visual metaphor) of the 'male gaze' from primary viewing to secondary visualization, it also throws into higher relief the extent to which the forms of viewing and visualization suggested by that approach represent simply one possible mode among many.
28) "Secondly, we can, on this hypothesis, explain the remark that phantasia provides us with the cognition of the attributes of things (DA, 402b23 symbebekota), without which Science would be empty dialectic.
Chronicle of Higher Education, 51:28 (March 18, 2005): B 14; Mercer, Kobena, "Busy in the Ruins of a Wretched Phantasia," in Frantz Fanon: Critical Perspectives, Anthony C.
Em conformidade a isto, Ricoeur (2007) afirma: "Vemos ate os tres termos, eidolon, eikon e phantasia reunidos sob o vocabulario infamante do engano (.
The central composition that inspired this project is Phantasia, a lengthy, multi-movement work based upon Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera.
15) See also Aristotle's observations in De Anima that "imagination must be a movement resulting from an actual exercise of a power of sense," and that, "[a]s sight is the most highly developed sense," the Greek term phantasia (imagination) is formed from phos (light), "because it is not possible to see without light" (429a 1-5).
para a identificacao da phantasia como "uma imaginacao nao mais dependente da mimesis, mas oposta e superior a ela por conta de sua sophia" (VERNANT 2010, p.