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imagination

noun conceive, concept, conception, conceptualization, creation, creative power, creativity, idea, illusion, image, imaginative faculty, innovativeness, inventiveness, perception, presumption, vision
Associated concepts: perjury, trumped-up charges
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This time the art project 'Imagine Me' aimed to investigate the respondent's sensual and imaginational abilities regarding a veiled person.
Taken in its depth structure, the revelatory component of religion detaches the information on the God from the intellectual and imaginational activity of the human and sets it into liaison with the self-manifestatory expression of the God; as a result, the apprehensibility of the God comes to depend on the authority of the divine act which quite possibly entails some unwarranted strategies from the viewpoint of human rationality.
Strictly speaking, Loyola's spiritual exercises are often imaginational rather than visual, since they may also include the imagination of auditory, tactile and other impressions associated with the stories in focus.