originary


Related to originary: orangery, ordinary

originary

- An adjective meaning "causing existence; productive," or "primitive; primary; original."
See also related terms for productive.
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In each section Heidegger takes up Holderlin's own understanding of an originary kinship between the ancient Greeks and the modern Germans that authorizes the German Volk to embark upon its "historical mission" to transform the earth into an authentic "homeland" that is open to the power of the gods.
The word "insulate," too, has relevant originary meanings, as it denotes a state of detachment and isolation rather than a comfy bubble.
There seemed to be a sort of premonition hidden in the temporal disjunction between the two panes, each of which condensed the obscure singularity of its originary event.
Catlaw complicates things here by positing an originary exclusion.
The final section integrates the first two, arguing "there exist an originary, knowable, 'spirogenetic' essence that determines and motivates the whole form, function and development of an essentially subjective female self.
Chapter Five pairs Kleist's Penthesilea with a passage in the Histories of Herodotus to investigate how the figure of the Amazon in both texts occupies a position of linguistic and political uncertainty that marks the precariousness of political union and the possible return of an originary violence.
Time preference manifests itself in the phenomenon of originary interest, i.
And yet, it represents an interesting point for the study of religions and theology: these disciplines could gain maximum benefit from an analysis of what precedes the specific acts of believing consciousness and their rootedness in our originary affectivity.
The originary essence of thinking, rather than being fundamentally tied to volition and self-assertion, "perhaps consists in pure waiting and the ability to wait" (143).
For most contexts, the underlying presumptions sustaining these renditions (an equivalence model of translation, an originary unity of languages, parallel histories of language) do hold.
It is, as such, the originary political element (Homo Sacer 88), the "ultimate and opaque bearer of sovereignty" (Means without Ends 6).
Schwartz claims that "Lewis envisions a world in which Becoming is the originary principle and the Creator, who 'never repeated Himself' .