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Mimesis is the nearest possible thing to the actual re-living of experience, in which the imagining person recovers through images something of the force and depth characteristic of experience itself.
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The central concern of Erich Auerbach's impressive volume called Mimesis is to describe the shift from a classic theory of imitation ( based upon a recognition of levels of truth ) to a Christian theory of imitation in which the levels are dissolved.
Mimesis is common in prey animals, for example when a Peppered Moth caterpillar mimics a twig, or a grasshopper mimics a dry leaf.
Imitation is found especially in monkeys and apes but ... Mimesis is fundamentally different from imitation and mimicry in that it involves the invention of intentional representations.
Mimesis is always the desire to possess, in renouncing it we offer ourselves as a sacrificial gift to the other.
Mimesis ( ( mīmēsis ), from μιμεῖσθαι ( mīmeisthai ), " to imitate ," from μῖμος ( mimos ), " imitator, actor ") is a critical and philosophical term that carries a wide range of meanings, which include imitation, representation, mimicry, imitatio, receptivity, nonsensuous similarity, the act of resembling, the act of expression, and the presentation of the self.
One of the best-known modern studies of mimesis, understood as a form of realism in the arts, is Erich Auerbach's Mimesis: The Representation of Reality in Western Literature.
To Taussig, this reductionism is suspect, and he argues thus from both sides in his Mimesis and Alterity to see values in the anthropologists ' perspective, at the same time as defending the independence of a lived culture from anthropological reductionism.
One monument to the approach of this period is Erich Auerbach's book Mimesis, a survey of techniques of realism in texts whose origins span several continents and three thousand years.
Sandberg is also an accomplished and inventive electronic artist, whose renderings have been adapted to a number of covers for books by fellow futurist Damien Broderick: The Dreaming, Earth is But a Star, The Judas Mandala, Skiffy and Mimesis, Uncle Bones, Warriors of the Tao, and xyzt.
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* Di Bernardo, M., I sentieri evolutivi della complessità biologica nell ' opera di S. A. Kauffman, Mimesis, Milano 2011.
In Mimesis: The Representation of Reality in Western Literature, the literary critic Erich Auerbach considers the Hebrew narrative of the Binding of Isaac, along with Homer's description of Odysseus's scar, as the two paradigmatic models for the representation of reality in literature.
The following works can be usefully consulted in this regard: L. Golden, " Aristotle on Tragic and Comic Mimesis ," Atlanta, 1992, S. Halliwell, " Aristotle's Poetics ," London, 1986, D. Keesey, " On Some Recent Interpretations of Catharsis ," The Classical World ", ( 1979 ) 72. 4, 193-205.
* Hooley, D. M. The Knotted Thong: Structures of Mimesis in Persius ( Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1997 ).
is and nearest
We assume for this illustration that the size of the land plots is so great that the distance between dwellings is greater than the voice can carry and that most of the communication is between nearest neighbors only, as shown in Figure 2.
Information beyond nearest neighbor is carried second-, third-, and fourth-hand as a distortable rumor.
To state fully what the Bible means as my daily spiritual food is as intimate and difficult as to formulate the reasons for loving my nearest and dearest relatives and friends.
No larger settlements, however, have been found to have existed in this remote rural area, located at least 15 km from the nearest road even in Roman times, up to the early medieval period when the place is mentioned as a king's mansion for the first time, not long before Charlemagne became ruler of the Germanic Franks.
Alberta is landlocked, and separated by a series of mountain ranges from the nearest outlets to the Pacific Ocean, and by the Canadian Shield from ports on the Lakehead or Hudson Bay.
At present the nearest airport is the Jaipur International Airport, about 132 km away, with daily flights to the major cities in India.
After each competitor has delivered all of their bowls ( four each in singles and pairs, three each in triples, and two bowls each in fours ), the distance of the closest bowls to the jack is determined ( the jack may have been displaced ) and points, called " shots ", are awarded for each bowl which a competitor has closer than the opponent's nearest to the jack.
The current consensus is that chordates are monophyletic, meaning that the Chordata include all and only the descendants of a single common ancestor which is itself a chordate, and that craniates ' nearest relatives are cephalochordates.
The chessboard is placed with a light square at the right-hand end of the rank nearest to each player, and the pieces are set out as shown in the diagram, with each queen on its own color.
* Chamber: The cylindrical, conical, or spherical recess at the nearest end of the bottom of the bore into which the gunpowder is packed.
In optics, particularly as it relates to film and photography, depth of field ( DOF ) is the distance between the nearest and farthest objects in a scene that appear acceptably sharp in an image.
The nearest Met Office weather station is Slapton, about 5 miles South south west of Dartmouth and a similar distance from the coast.
The distance from the front edge of the circle to where the discus has landed is measured, and distances are rounded down to the nearest centimetre.