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- According to Rossbacher (1977) Ostranenie looks like Aristoteles' Admiratio (marvelous): "device of estrangement as a means to break down the barrier of automatic perception and of the problem of indifferentism bring us to the notion of man's amazement at the existence of the world as expressed in Aristotle's term admiratio" (p.
El colorido del retrato lo aporta el rojo de la sangre que brota de los estigmas ("llagas") de San Francisco, igualando de nuevo al santo con Cristo, para inducir a la admiratio final.
Ya senalamos que el mismo insiste en provocar la admiratio de su lector con historias novedosas, por lo que resulta llamativa la ausencia de narraciones referidas al Nuevo Mundo.
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(31) Aunque no incluida en la traduccion castellana del texto latino, si cuida la Congregacion de que la autoridad eclesiastica competente la informe sobre la sorpresa o estupor de los fieles (admiratio fidelium) que hayan conocido el caso de la dispensa (parrafo 9).
Nulla nos igitur admiratio teneat si hi de quibus loquor Athenienses Milciadem in custodiam publicam, ubi extremum diem morte confecit, conijci iusserunt.
What Dante described as awe, that bewilderment of the mind at seeing and hearing great things, Aquinas had earlier described as admiratio, that sense of wonder at the recognition of the ordering of things to their ultimate end, which is God.
Osian | " And that admiratio works both ways after Pryce impressed Evans with his speed on last November's Wales Rally GB - where Pryce made his debut in WRC 2 with a one-off outing in a Ford Fiesta R5.
According to Barnes-Karol, the actual performances of sermons embraced all available semiotic resources, especially the visual aides of Baroque imagery, to inspire admiratio more than rational understanding: "In this way, the affective impact of a preacher's words, more than the logic of his discourse, would engulf his listeners in a wave of emotion that would render them incapable of receiving a message critically" (58).
Pero, a diferencia de la postura de Luzan y Montiano, y mas en la linea de Corneille, Mayans no pone el acento en la catarsis o purgacion de las pasiones, sino en la admiratio como mecanismo esencial para reforzar el papel instructivo y ejemplarizador de la tragedia.
En el caso del barroco, el ejemplo es uno de los modos predilectos para causar la admiratio, ya que esta en estrecha relacion con la variada erudicion enciclopedica: los exempla pueden provenir de los mas diversos saberes.
What goes today by the name "good curiosity" once assumed other identities--the desiderium ad sciendum, or even admiratio.