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par·al·lac·tic

(par'ă-lak'tik),
Relating to a parallax.

par·al·lac·tic

(par'ă-lak'tik)
Relating to a parallax.
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The architectural approach to the great house was designed to achieve the angular view and parallactic experience for the visitor, and Repton's narrative descriptions of his approaches offer a grammatically as well as aperceptually relational experience.
(5) Lehmann is careful to specify that his is not intended to be "eine durchgefuhrte Lekture des Textes" but rather merely "die Exposition eines fur Kafkas Schreiben entscheidenden Motivs," but this does not prevent him from pointing out, in a characteristically parallactic gesture, "eine Reihe von Wortspielen und Anspielungen," which one could pursue if one were so inclined.
The "umbilical cord" between these thrusts is the parallactic dynamic of jouissance: "that which we can never reach, attain, and that which we can never get rid of (Zizek, Parallax 115).
Advertising slogans that promote non-alcoholic beer and fatless food are, for Vighi as well as for Zizek, so many indications of how the parallactic emptiness of the commodity reduces enjoyment to an anxiety-provoking displacement without which the consumer would be deprived of his or her minimal being (23-4).
120-21; Ziony Zevit, The Religions of Ancient Israel: A Synthesis of Parallactic Approaches (London: Continuum, 2001).
in which [phi], [lambda] are geographic coordinates of the instrument, [alpha], [delta], a and q are right ascension, declination, azimuth and parallactic angle of the observed star, and [D.sub.[phi]], [D.sub.[lambda]] are rigid-Earth tidal variations of the local vertical.
forming counterintuitive hypotheses, severing the derivation of knowledge from sensible intuition, accounting for the location of the observer as parallactic to the observed object), then (post)Kantian philosophy may very well correctly situate itself within an intellectual lineage that approximates a certain 'Copernicanism'.
The newly discovered Alcor B orbits its larger sibling Alcor and was caught in the act with an innovative technique called "common parallactic motion" by members of Project 1640, an international collaborative team that includes astrophysicists at the American Museum of Natural History, the University of Cambridge's Institute of Astronomy, the California Institute of Technology, and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
The Wittgenstein's Parallactic Solution" (Phanomenologie versus phanomenologische Probleme.
(8) The antinomies are, in short, in and of themselves perfectly parallactic, signifying only at the point of their impossible joining, that is on the level of what Kant terms "transcendental ideality" (1958, 244-46, "Critical Solution of the Cosomological Conflict of Reason with Itself').
As visitors made the winding walk they continually had parallactic visions of the Gothic castle, experiencing oblique glimpses and encountering multiple perspectives of the southern and eastern facades through sparsely planted trees and clumps grouped in the manner of Kent to add interest and break up the wide expanse of lawn.
The parallax induced by the baseline separation allows a stereo-view in which humans can perceive parallactic changes as small as 1 arc-second (Wolf & Dewitt 2000:150, 327-45).