She is the only other person who can see the phantasm
that follows Veronica and tells her just how dangerous tampering with the supernatural can be.
Accordingly, the combination of the intelligible species with a person's phantasms
cannot make the person a thing that thinks.
Anyhow, as soon as I finish up my publicity chores on John Dies at the End, I've got to figure out a way to make Phantasm
V happen," Coscarelli concludes.
A work of literature is analogous to the phantasms
the mind returns to, or reflects upon, when it knows material things.
However, as Foucault writes, the very logic of the phantasm
, abolishing the division into truth/falseness, releases the play of surfaces that denies the opposition of essence to appearance (345).
Significantly, Epictetus also emphasised the need for the soul, and the fictive, cardiac processor, to be calm to receive phantasms
Just as Micheaux created reflections of himself in his productions, these phantasms
, in turn, mediated their maker.
Interestingly, as Madame Flora becomes more frantic in her wavering between reality and phantasm
that the music becomes more lyrical.
handles this enigma with a beautiful fluidity and tenderness; the portrayal of the high B[flat] at the top of the phrase in bar 11 against the B[sharp] on the second treble is exquisitely understated.
Retail price points: Phantasm
-- $3 for a placemat, $7.
The lone son of the malacological major, the Georgian boy, the naturalist of the rock pool, are all overwhelmed by the portly, posturing phantasm
of the `literary gent', announcing, `I am to run an old-fashioned restaurant with sawdust on the floor, "fine wines" and true cooking'.
A magnificent minster appears and disappears; doors open of their own accord; an aged hermit overgrown with hair mysteriously materializes in Katherine's study; a phantasm
takes her place in Alexandria while she attends a mystical nuptial mass in the desert; her martyred body is transported by angels to Mount Sinai.