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As far as temporal deixis is concerned, the temporal location is generally the present time; however, in keeping with the use of deixis am phantasma forms, confessional poets often operate the transfer of past scenes into the present.
Audouard (1966: 65) sostiene que el problema nodal del dialogo, esto es, el problema del no-ser, es por excelencia el problema del Sujeto: "El no-ser plantea en realidad, y para nosotros, la pregunta del sujeto, porque si el phantasma es posible, es por el lugar particular que el sujeto ocupa en relacion a un Sujeto universal y omnividente.
En efecto, el concepto no se reduce a alguno de los individuos en los cuales se actualiza y que, por su parte, han sido causa material para su conformacion a traves del phantasma.
These consider issues of interpretation, myth as informative phantasma, literal and deep meanings in myth, myths and allegories in The Republic, freedom in Platonic myth, and Plato's exoteric myths.
9," Notes and Queries 52 (2005): 190-92; Claudia Richter, "Performing God's Wrath: Tamburlaine, Calvinism, and the Phantasma of Terror," Shakespeare Jahrbuch 143 (2007): 52-70; and Richard F.
Concentrated spermatozoa were obtained from a lancelet (Branchiostoma belcheri) and 35 fish species (Deania calcea, Chimaera phantasma, Sardinops melanostictus, Engraulis japonica, Osmerus eperlanus mordax, Spirinchus lanceolatus, Hypomesus pretiosus japonicus, Hypomesus transpacificus nipponensis, Plecoglossus altivelis altivelis, Salangichthys microdon, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Hypoptychus dybowskii, Aulichthys japonicus, Gasterosteus aculeatus, Syngnathus schlegeli, Hexagrammos agrammus, Hexagrammos octogrammus, Hexagrammos otakii, Pseudoblennius cottoides, Rhinogobius sp.
Tan es asi que el Aquinate, en seguimiento de Aristoteles, hace indispensable el phantasma para pensar: "si phantasmata se habent ad animam intellectivam sicut sensibile ad sensum, sicut sensus non potest sentire sine sensibilia, ita anima non potest intelligere sine phantasmata" (11).
Talvez esta memoria, pensada por Platao, seja apenas o phantasma de uma memoria inteligivel, mas, sem duvida, nos possibilita pensar as nuances da relacao que a memoria mantem com a percepcao.
Asi, "tempus est phantasma motus, quatenus in motu imaginamur prius et posterius, sive successionem" (De corpore, OL I, 84).
Sintetiza los modos de indicar (deixis ad oculos, deixis anaforica o textual, deixis am Phantasma o ficcional) y su realizacion en las formas linguisticas, principalmente en las personas gramaticales y en las referencias temporales y espaciales, como punto de partida para investigar la poetica de la deixis.
Between the acting of a dreadful thing And the first motion, all the interim is Like a phantasma, or a hideous dream: The genius and the mortal instruments Are then in council; and the state of man, Like to a little kingdom, suffers then The nature of an insurrection.
7) Of the five categories of dream listed by these sources, the visum (or phantasma in Greek) is the least prophetic; it occurs, as Macrobius explains, "between waking and deep sleep, in those first mists of sleep when one still believes oneself to be awake and has just fallen asleep, and which seems to be forcing itself in as wandering specters of different size, shape or temper, either joyful or disturbing" (Dempsey 136).