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visionary

(1)
One who hacks vision, in the sense of an Artificial Intelligence researcher working on the problem of getting computers to "see" things using TV cameras. (There isn't any problem in sending information from a TV camera to a computer. The problem is, how can the computer be programmed to make use of the camera information? See SMOP, AI-complete.)

visionary

(2)
[IBM] One who reads the outside literature. At IBM, apparently, such a penchant is viewed with awe and wonder.
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It is precisely this which denunciates the expressionist cast of visionariness: the revelation of the difference through the intensification of the sensitive as a perceptible, intuitive aspect.
One last comment on the Artaud translation--there's a point at which it reaches, for me, the apex of visionariness, which is borderline delirium.
His early visions were associated with positive Catholic vocabulary of saints and angels and shrines and temples, the holy, the sacred, the supernatural, "holy thought," "holy musings," "holy song." (19) Indeed, Tennyson in his personal visionary lyrics, unlike Shelley for example in his, saw no difficulty in this mixture of visionariness and Catholicity: another example of his famous plasticity.