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agalma

In ancient Greece, any work of art dedicated to a god.
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That word, agalma, points out subtly that as the daughter of the house Iphigenia is an inappropriate offering; an agalma could mean statue, as it does in Euripides' Andromeda (fr.
He is editor of the journal of aesthetics and cultural studies Agalma.
Rather, it is precisely insofar as we all are in some sense like Alcibiades, drunken and besotted, and yet in love with that indefinable, unknowable something that Socrates carries within him, the agalma or icon that defines the difference between his coarse exterior and the possibility of unspeakable inner divinity, that we come to pursue the knowledge of the good, the just, and the beautiful, but also by definition never acquire it.
de que se trata con este uso del agalma que aparece de manera reiterativa en ese discurso?
But the idea that all that is is a whole and that that whole is God and that that God has an infinite number of attributes, is only acceptable as a fantasy, as a splendid act of the imagination," in Borges, Jorge Luis, Borges en la Escuela Freudiana de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Agalma, 1993, 72.
Is this toy not l'objet petit a at its purest-the small object filling in the central gap, the hidden treasure, agalma, in the centre?
A large hole at its left end indicates that the tablet was once attached to or suspended from another surface, quite possibly the agalma itself.
20) Chariton's Callirhoe, while technically no goddess, nevertheless fulfills this archetypal role: she is the agalma (1.
O caminho que me parece mais evidente para investigar a estrutura dos dois amores--ou, em outros termos, a da relacao sexual impossivel de se realizar e a do amor que e possivel e satisfatorio--e o que tem inicio no conceito freudiano de narcisismo e chega ao conceito que, proposto por Lacan, e conhecido como objeto parcial, agalma ou, ainda, objeto a.
Siphosome measurements in Agalma okeni were taken through the siphosome of the animal.