10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CATACHRESTICALLY»
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On the Sleeve of the Visual: Race as Face Value
At its most basic,catachresis is thetrope that accounts forthe paradigmatic terms
weuse to talkabout race: black andwhite, in fact, arenotterms that havea
counterpartin nature, but they arerather names catachrestically applied to “
something” that ...
Thus, to refer catachrestically to the non- privative negativity that is other to being
would be to call it "one" or "good," although properly speaking it is neither.26 In
the present case of the eidema, Bakhtin in fact uses katakhresis in order to ...
Dmitriĭ Vladimirovich Nikulin, 2006
Signifying Loss: Toward a Poetics of Narrative Mourning
... is extended and mutated into the rather descriptive metaphorics of melancholia
. When “the thing that happened” has been catachrestically inscribed as “history,”
it symmetrically opens itself up to further tropological extensions and variations.
The Spiritual Exposition of the Apocalypse: As Derived from ...
... unto God, only through them and their intervention and mediation. It is true that
they themselves also are prayed to, but then it is with prayer catachrestically so
called, which tends to the Supreme Being obliquely, as it were, and does not ...
Romanticism and Religion from William Cowper to Wallace Stevens
As Newman contended, it is not only in matters of religion that we are forced to
speak 'catachrestically' - that is, of one thing in terms of another.26 Indeed, our
customary way of asking about someone or something is to say 'what is X like?
Dr Gavin Hopps, Dr Jane Stabler, 2013
Transmemberment of Song: Hart Crane's Anatomies of Rhetoric ...
16 As Crane's poetry always moves catachrestically toward the "multitudinous
Verb" or verbum, the "single, new word" that must always be "recast," so his
legacy is one of rhetorical movement that goes through processes of breaking
They Aren't, Until I Call Them: Performing the Subject in ...
I believe that the following two claims together hold true: (a) the subject is a
discursive construct catachrestically lacking its referent and (b) this discursive
subject belongs to what we perceive as "reality." First, I describe the performed
Coptology-- Past, Present, and Future: Studies in Honour of ...
(a) organs and parts of the body; parts, faculties or attributes thereof: NAjc2' "tooth
" (Ex. 21:27), *x\x "hand" (also pl.; Gen. 27:17, Ex. 14:30, Num. 15:23), *1фe "
head" (also catachrestically; Ex. 24:17, Num. 8:12, Deut. 3:27), qшi "hair (of head)
Søren Giversen, Martin Krause, Peter Nagel, 1994
The Emotions in Hellenistic Philosophy
... was a feature of all emotions — this may be the case with Themistius in SVF
1.208. Furthermore, Galen suggests that people sometimes use the word "
emotion" catachrestically, for "emotional disposition",72 so that statements that ...
J. Sihvola, T. Engberg-Pedersen, 1998
The Postmodern Arts: An Introductory Reader
In India it was not an islamist decision, but a decision related to the functioning of
the rational abstractions claimed catachrestically by the post-colonial state. 30
Artists and intellectuals were immediately vociferous against the decision, but, ...