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of visual imagery of almost photographic accuracy

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Most phenomenological research projects choose to stop at the first reduction, the epoche, and infrequently proceed to the eidetic and transcendental reductions.
Of further importance in the context of this discussion, there is evidence that eidetic or eidetic-like imagery capacities can be "brought on," developed, and enhanced through mental imagery practice, and also through pursuing such practices in conjunction with the induction of states of attentional absorption, a formal quantitative and qualitative construct developed to instrumentalize terms such as "trance" and "hypnosis" or "hypnotic states," as well as for further elucidation of meditational states and the relationship of the latter to the former.
Suez: a flan a cat elicited I erode; moody, doomed or eidetic, I let a canal faze us.
727) introduces to the older techniques the newly popular practices of visualization, or the mental eidetic contemplation of the deity.
President Ashraf Ghani has to understand this eidetic reality.
Talvet's poems synthesize intellectualism and sensualism, conceptuality and eidetic mental impressions, satire and suave contemplation.
He depends heavily on the Husserlian principles of understanding epoch, eidetic visor, empathy, and quest from meaning, which makes it possible to avoid the cold objectivity that defines the Western scholarly approach.
Phenomenological themes and subthemes emerged by following the four-step process recommended by Giorgi (1997): (a) epoche, (b) eidetic reduction, (c) imaginative variation, and (d) essential essences.
Music lesson activities and practice sessions work best when enhanced by eidetic perception.
It is none other than the great reflex of ontic-epistemic Unity--the Unity of Sight and Sense--in the sense of beholding an object (or phenomenon), while recognizing categorically (up to a point of Absolute Difference) that Existence (Nature, space-time in the most qualified phenomenological sense) is as-it-is a mirror-like apogetic Horizon and Reality is in-itself an eidetic Verizon: one "perigetically" witnesses the object in space ("sight") and "apogetically" withholds space in the object as "internal time" ("sense") whereby time here is the sensation (a priori representation) of space by way of the complete dialectical-phenomenological unity of space-time, matter, and motion (in the sense of epistemologically qualified objective events, not arbitrary "frills").
Eidetic Memory-Pertaining to the issue of missing books from the Eidetic Memory Collection.
Perhaps it could be said that our civilization is an imaginative failure: it hasn't conceived yet in an eidetic and therefore transformative way the consequences of its actions and inactions.
Transcendental logic has to do with origin, insofar as that origin is in accord with eidetic laws.
Pressed on whether it is logically possible that one may have exactly the same experience with a given veridical object as cause and also without any such object as cause, they are likely to defer to Husserl and suggest that this conception of logical possibility is merely an abstract and idle formal possibility, rather than an eidetic possibility about which we might have a concrete intuition.
The human person's spirit contracts into super-essential, undifferentiated union with God to enjoy his or her eidetic precreational existence in God but also expands to experience differentiated union with the triune God.