subjective vision

sub·jec·tive vis·ion

visual impressions that arise centrally and do not originate with ocular stimuli.

sub·jec·tive vi·sion

(sŭb-jektiv vizhŭn)
Visual impressions that arise centrally and do not originate with ocular stimuli.
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Her vital signs, including a blood pressure of 114/63 mm Hg, were normal, but a physical examination revealed subjective vision loss.
To Belgian artists disenchanted with materialism, Gauguin's subjective vision had a strong appeal.
01), leading the investigators to conclude that incorporation of subjective vision metrics into the fitting assessment improves the predictability of success.
Coming from all over the world, the artists, performing live on stage together with the band, will complete the atmosphere, each bringing to the whole a subjective vision from the part of the world where they were born, making this modern type of tango so much more than music that gives rhythm to your body, instead, moving your whole spirit into an ecstasy of sensorial senses.
Rather than emphasizing the "voluntary" nature of the reminiscence that Proust portrays as constructing his evocations of the past, however, Kristeva associates it with a Romantic, and specifically Schellingian, tradition of creative imagination that is more spontaneous than voluntary, and that--according to Proust and its earlier advocates--mysteriously reconciles the subjective vision or interpretation with the objective "truths" it seeks to portray.
Mallarme's concrete poem "Un Coup de des," on the other hand, presents a subjective vision of human loneliness amid a night sky by the arrangement of words on the page.
Rasmussen's objective is to identify these ingredients, reflect on their interactions, and then propose his subjective vision of Kubrick's very fictional universes, including narrative patterns and the cohesive forces present in the seven films.
The works of Pulitzer's brilliant artists and designers epitomize what has nearly been lost in American popular culture: an idiosyncratic, nuanced, subjective vision.
empiricist), both participate in the fin-de-siecle's insistent linkings of science and sensation, mind and mystery; both, moreover, harness the tropes of subjective vision to interrogate the neutral mastery of objective vision.
But the camera's unblinking acceptance of Sergio's subjective vision acts as a validation, making his conjured-up brother as normal a companion as any of his actual friends.
New physical experiments (specifically on the perception of afterimages following exposure to direct light) and new technologies of movement and industry (observation of trains and factory machinery) led to the acceptance of a subjective vision centered in a human, fallible body (Crary 104).