mimesis


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the imitative representation of nature and human behavior in art and literature

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any disease that shows symptoms characteristic of another disease

the representation of another person's words in a speech

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In looking at their foreign sources and their remakes or adaptations, Krings' drawing on Plato's and Aristotle's conception of mimesis and mimicry calls into question the categories of original and copy.
Si Platon rechazaba el arte como copia de una copia, tambien Malevich repudia el arte como mimesis de la naturaleza.
KEYWORDS: mimesis, general, comedy, lampoon, laughable.
Mimesis owed its existence to the very fact of an Oriental viewpoint, a non-Occidental exile and homelessness.
Mimesis aparece junto a las primeras fiestas agrarias que los antiguos griegos realizaban para agradecer a sus dioses por la fecundidad de la tierra y la cosecha obtenida en los campos.
En el desarrollo de mi argumentacion, mimesis funciona como el lugar intermedio que propicia la construccion de una relacion de negociacion capaz de atravesar los dos mundos, el europeo y el nahuatl, y que actua como un puente simbolico que se puede transitar de ambos lados: "Mimesis is by nature intermediary, streched between a symbolically produced world and another one" (Gebauer and Wulf, p.
E La divina mimesis "gioca" in qualche modo con concetti cari alia neoavanguardia: che la polemica continui e fuor di dubbio, e quell'enfasi data dal carattere corsivo sulla "leggibilita" della "poesia visiva" pasoliniana, lo mette nero su bianco (ricollegandosi direitamente all'infinita querelle Moravia/Manganelli tra leggibilita e illeggibilita); cio tuttavia non toglie che l'idea stessa di poesia visuale sia prettamente legata alio sperimentalismo neoavanguardista, cosi come il superamento delle barriere tra poesia e narrativa e il concetto di "opera aperta" con la quale si puo trovare un ammiccamento tutto pasoliniano nella "Nota n.
Pese a la importancia que adquiere la accion no debe olvidarse que el espectaculo dramatico pone ante los ojos de su audiencia una mimesis de dicha accion y la obra como tal resulta del trabajo del artista, no de la accion del personaje.
Attia's concerns with mimesis and repair are wedged within a broader discussion of the relationship between culture (stuff we've made) and nature (stuff we didn't make).
She does so to show how these novels practice the middle-class promotion of mimesis, in which resemblance and likeness identify a one-to-one correspondence that obviates the fraud, deceit, and falsehood increasingly associated with the honorific culture of the aristocracy.
Con ese objetivo, buscamos articular las tesis sobre la mimesis expuestas en los escritos mencionados con algunos fragmentos del inconcluso Libro de los Pasajes, asi como con "Sobre el concepto de historia" (1940).
O'Connor argues that mimesis is a foundational concept for Adorno, one that can be found in Dialectic of Enlightenment and Negative Dialectics, and it is also one that is utterly vague.
T]he experience of mimesis dissolves the modern ego in such a fundamental way that .
A teoria da metafora e fundamental para que se compreenda o elo entre hermeneutica e literatura, porque Ricoeur pensa a metafora enquanto mimesis que origina a criacao do muthos, ou seja, da ordenacao da intriga.
If he carefully constructs his films as meditations on original and copy, in his works on paper the LA-based artist takes mimesis to an extreme, rendering them all but indistinguishable from old photographs or paint-splattered newsprint.