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This natural instinct is no other than a certain act of the phantasia or the estimative faculty, naturally necessitated by it when the phantasm of a certain thing is put forth; and by this practical act (according to the human way of speaking) the brutes judge something to be avoided or persecuted, or appetized, insofar as they are unable to rationally discern the reason of convenience or inconvenience.
Sidney also echoes Tasso's discussion of enargia/evidenza and Longinus's of phantasia, arguing that poetic greatness is located in the noble "image of each action" an author creates, images that overwhelm and astonish.
Two points need to be made about phantasia in regard of rhetoric's permanently problematic relationship with the truth.
Perception, Phantasia, Thought, and Desire, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Para la antiguedad, phantasia proviene del termino "aparicion" que luego formara parte, en el mundo moderno de Kant, del concepto de "fenomeno".
To contextualize Vondel's thought on the imagination of both the artist and the onlooker, we can look at how, from the late sixteenth century onward, humanists increasingly relied on the Longinian use of phantasia.
13 January 2015 - US-based digital agency network Wunderman has acquired a majority stake in Peru-based digital marketing agency Phantasia, the company said on Tuesday.
Phantasia in Classical Thought, Galway: Galway University Press.
existencia tamen illorum nunquam ab illo loco absens fuit sed solum actio cum ydolo et phantasia fuerunt in [om.
O sea sin phantasia no hay pensamiento, lo cual significa que sin sensacion, que es condicion de la phantasia tampoco lo hay.
Haywood stresses that, as narrative and the creation of alternative realities became ever more important, style in caricature tended to matter as much as subject: "somewhere near the heart of caricature's proliferating layers of intertextual and intervisual meaning is the self-reflexive 'signature' of the caricaturist, a visual imprint of the point at which history passes over into fantasy and phantasia through the transforming agency of the satirical imagination" (5).
Dall'indugio sulla phantasia alla stregoneria, il passo e breve: Matilde Capodivacca esamina la centralita di quest'ultimo tema nella produzione folenghiana, lo riscatta--distinguendo tra magia bianca e nera--da un'accezione assolutamente negativa e ne mostra l'affinita di marca immaginativa con la poesia macaronica, avallando, complici i riferimenti incrociati a Pietro Pomponazzi e a Giovanfrancesco Pico, la suggestiva equivalenza Strega=Musa (The Witch as Muse e non a caso il titolo del contributo).