A primordial image
is determined as to its content only when it has become conscious and is therefore filled out with the material of conscious experience [Rensma's italics].
For Muldrow is clearly in the grip of an archetype, an enduring primordial image
of himself as a man-beast, simultaneously hunter and hunted, predator and prey.
The unsatisfied yearning of the artist reaches back to the primordial image
in the unconscious, which is best fitted to compensate for the inadequacy and one-sidedness of the present.
Third, he made explicit connections between his own psychology and the philosophy of Kant, comparing on the one hand the Kantian concepts of the primordial Image
and the Idea,(20) the 'Urbild' and the 'Idee', with his own psychological concept of the archetype on the other.
Originating in pre-logical thought, these primordial image
patterns and situations evoke startlingly similar feelings in both reader and author.
On one of the walls is a suitably primordial image
of a stylised sun setting behind mountains, painted by the Italian artist Enzo Cucchi.
The archetype, or primordial image
, touches this "pre - logical mentality.
These archaic, almost primordial images
of British Columbia place the structures of water control in a historical context, tracing the story of water from the ancient to the modern, and back again.
The exhibition consists of artist books that draw their central ideas from primordial images
, archetypes, ancient rituals and texts, folklore and mythology.
the one hand, and of the suggestive power of primordial images
They are primordial images
that cannot be represented, but which manifest themselves in their content, archetypal images or ideas (Jacobi, 1953/1970).
To uncover sense of place -- in this case, in relation to a trail -- one hopes to elicit primordial images
of what is liked and disliked about the landscape.