An imaginary playmate should just play.
A problem with imaginary voters is that they are imaginary.
This is true in spite of the fact the imaginary nature is constitutive of the conventional truth.
No imaginary gizmos, no imaginary laws, no imaginary atrocities.
The imaginary judge, of course, never replies.
“An imaginary playmate isn’t any kind of trauma-marker,” my sister said.
It is not unusual, of course, for children of Ella’s age to have imaginary friends or siblings.
she asked the imaginary boyfriend, but the imaginary boyfriend didn’t answer her.
Science fiction writers cheerfully sacrifice the realities of astrophysics in the service of imaginary worlds.
With those fingers, closed around the imaginary object, he evokes the sensation of touching and being touched.
Lacan tends to associate (albeit not exclusively) the Imaginary with the restricted spheres of consciousness and self-awareness.
Whether Hiroshi is Enoch’s imaginary friend or, for that matter, imaginary lover is never clarified; the suggestion is enough.
A sleepwalker may mobilize both the reality model, allowing her to avoid obstacles while walking, and an imaginary model, in which she represents the world she is dreaming about.
Her tracer study of an imaginary day at a London hospital of an imaginary patient, “Poor Old Henry”, was used to integrate practices in the different departments.
Revolutionary anarchists will respond to this by arguing that liberation in the imaginary is simply imaginary liberation: without actual change in the status quo, oppression and inequality continue to be a problem.
After he had gone Pierre continued pacing up and down the room for a long time, no longer piercing an imaginary foe with his imaginary sword, but smiling at the remembrance of that pleasant, intelligent, and resolute young man.
Back in the fakescape of my tutorial, I stretched out my arm to press an imaginary button on an imaginary console on an imaginary table, then lost my balance and fell off the stool I was sitting on, slamming onto the very real floor.
As he put it, “Right...is the child of law; from real laws come real rights; from imaginary laws, from laws of nature, fancied and invented by poets, rhetoricians, and dealers in moral and intellectual poisons, come imaginary rights, a bastard brood of monsters.”
“But, besides real diseases, we are subject to many that are only imaginary, for which the physicians have invented imaginary cures; these have their several names, and so have the drugs that are proper for them; and with these our female Yahoos are always infested.
First, imaginary painting, then imaginary breakfast and so on—the happy life of a pauper, except that this pauper, exhausted and downhearted after a sleepless night, couldn’t feel much happiness and scolded himself for being a gullible sap who had lost everything twice.
imaginary
adj all
- not based on fact; existing only in the imagination
noun quantity
- (mathematics) a number of the form a+bi where a and b are real numbers and i is the square root of -1
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