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mimesis

linked mentions for "mimesis":
  1. subdued images of vitality

    When we live concepts and images that are not grounded in our body, we do not believe in who we are unformed adult zelig two terms: image and

  2. mimetic desire

    René Girard, theologian discovered that most of what we desire is mimetic (mi-met-ik) or imitative, not intrinsic. Humans learn—through imitation—to

  3. distinctions between good and poor taste

    Taste is an individual’s pattern of preferences for certain qualities of form over others. Social and cultural experiences influence taste, so our

  4. adapting servants of environment

    we long to make sense of things, figure out who we are, wither bound, and to what end, while the eons roll on in their mindless ways. It falls then