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and wildly eclectic Phantasmal Media will likely find a wide audience among artists and technologists alike.
While there is no actual Gothic video game subgenre as such, van Eiferen notes that computer games themselves "have arguable Gothic potential," given that modern gaming is innately phantasmal, involving "machinic ghosts," or digital "avatars" that are strikingly reminiscent of early-twentieth-century accounts of the uncanny, which were concerned with automata, mechanical dolls, and similar inanimate things that appeared to be alive (p.
Japanese Godzilla-lovers say their iconic hero falls into a special phantasmal category called "kaiju,'' which have more imaginary, far-fetched traits than what they see as more mundane monsters like King Kong or Frankenstein.
Accusing the MGK of concerning itself only with a phantasmal "parallel structure" -- a term the government uses to describe the Hizmet movement inspired by Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah GE-len -- Bahceli said, "According to the MGK, there are no problems [in Turkey] other than some minor problems and the parallel ghost.
In 1920, approximately, after surviving the horrors of a phantasmal war, he went to study at Worcester College, Oxford.
Openness remains one of the phantasmal ideas of our times.
cinema, since not being sustained by the historical conditions of the masses, will take on a phantasmal quality of trying to "catch up" with an ideal beyond its reach.
In addition to the racing sequel, Sea Legends: Phantasmal Light also makes its MyRealGames.
By reading Donoghue's reparative gesture through recent articulations of spectrality and queer temporality, I present the novel as a form of narrative crypt that provides a phantasmal space for the spectral return of those who have been abjected from history, not only as a consequence of their gender, race, and class, but also because of their inability or refusal to comply with the normative temporal rhythms of the society in which they live.
If homo sacer is foreclosed from and for the sake of the sovereign as its vanishing other, so too sovereignty is foreclosed to homini sacri, felt in a phantasmal law as at once a prohibition (a "ban"), a withdrawal of protection (an "abandoning"), and a giving over (in "abandon") to its arbitrariness.
I guess that the Renaissance project and the 200 billion dollars investments that were coming with it were more phantasmal than fantastic after all.