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The phantasm usually shows itself to Veronica as a dark and faceless figure.
According to the Averroists' first explanation, a single intelligible species has two subjects, the separate possible intellect itself and the phantasms found in human persons.
Precisely this and only this exaltation triggered by the discovery of the possibility of exteriorization allows me to experience another exaltation incited by the phantasm of the intuitive knowledge of things.
And among the most pernicious phantasms fed by the Internet's speed is the notion that we are building a splendidly effective connectivity when in fact we are embracing a mindset that refuses to accept alterity.
It's 32 or 33 years since the first film," Coscarelli says, "and people want another installment of Phantasm, with the same cast.
What distinguishes poetry from the brute phantasm is that the universals that characterize works of art have as their basis concepts, judgments, and arguments that have already been abstracted from brute phantasms.
Much of the credit for the attractiveness of this recording goes to the Phantasm ensemble, whose pleasure in this lush and seductive music is plain; they sound as if they are playing in the shade of a tree on a warm summer afternoon, their phrasing exact but languorous as they tease out the details of Ward's voice-leading and follow the winding paths of his chord progressions--notice, in particular, how long and teasingly he avoids the final cadence on Fantasia no.
When Osama Bin Laden first bobbed up out of the sea of wickedness that surrounded Island America, I thought he was an invention, a phantasm that came floating out of Bush's mind.
The letters amplify Doby's angst and suicidal tendencies and he becomes a phantasm an entity that represents the despair of a once strong and proud Indian nation that was reduced to its lowest dregs.
The aesthetics of the "beyond"; phantasm, nostalgia, and the literary practice in contemporary China.
While she identifies "Jewish Berlin" as a phantasm, the author argues that the contemporary texts "probe the reality of a political concept" (90), namely a multicultural German society in which Jews as well as other minorities can claim a space.
Being old and recent in the same moment, now, perhaps I am haunting the same phantasm through the entire human figure.
Photographs and images interspersed with the text give shape and substance to the phantasm of the author, and give the work a hybrid quality that reinforces the hybridity of its individual parts.
A look back shadowed with the ghostly sneer of the metropolis that was to be an epiphany and turned out to be a phantasm without the original, the Foucauldian false copy.
Socialists knew that as an agency for bringing peace and prosperity to all, the UN's earlier incarnation, the League of Nations, was doomed to failure because, to quote the Socialist Standard in 1919, it was "a mere phantasm, a spineless, parchment entity which can have no power or influence in the real world: the world of strife for economic interests".