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characterized by or of the nature of or using mimesis

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exhibiting mimicry

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Not only did the Cuna possess mimetic technologies, however, for the ethnographer is equipped with a store of mimicking machines.
But what is music if not both mimetic and abstract (if such divisive words must be used)?
The poem works by immersing us in the mimetic situation, and we interpret it by asking why this speaker would say these words to this audience on this occasion.
Kita (1997), for one, claims that adverbial mimetics in Japanese belong to the affecto-imagistic dimension of meaning, as opposed to the analytic dimension, and that "the semantics of a mimetic and that of other parts of a sentence are not fully integrated with each other despite the fact that they are syntactically integrated" (1997: 386).
The overall aim of this project is to prepare an inhalational 5A apoA-I mimetic peptide that will become the subject of a future Investigational New Drug application to the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), initially focused on patients who do not respond to standard corticosteroid treatment.
corresponds not so much to mimetic crises as they occur in primitive societies but to something at once similar and very different, which is linked to the lasting enfeeblement of founding violence within our own world.
mimetic finite differences, tensor products, locally refined grids, elliptic equations
Modernity has, in effect, caused people to fall into the trap of thinking that one can do what one pleases, despite the fact that the trappings of modern culture cause us to fall farther and farther down the rabbit hole of mimetic desire.
Synopsis: War, violence, and the disruption of social orders are critical areas of focus in mimetic theory, and a mimetic perspective applied to the study of politics illuminates social processes and phenomena over and beyond typical explanations offered by mainstream political science.
This revised dissertation examines the status of the victim in the work of Rene Girard and Raymund Schwager, the Innsbruck theologian most responsible for bringing mimetic theory into Catholic theology.
Intimate Domain: Desire, Trauma, and Mimetic Theory uses Rene Girard's neglected early work on sensory experience and blends literary criticism with a healthy dose of psychology in considering mimetic theory.
Established in Honduras last year to promote the ideas of classical liberalism, or "social and economic liberty," Eleutera Foundation has joined hands with software developer Mimetic Markets to boost Bitcoin accessibility, understanding the various benefits that Bitcoin can provide to the locals of Honduras.
Jahrhunderts (1957), marked a turning point in the vast scholarship on realism in its analysis of realist texts in addressing subjectivity rather than the mimetic depiction of external reality.
The phantom of the ego; modernism and the mimetic unconscious.