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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Twice removed from their originary contexts--first from the street where they were photographed, then again from the photographs from which the cutouts were extracted--the painted figures function as ghostly simulacra of their human referents.
In order to understand Heidegger's (1962, 1995) depiction of existential mood, it is necessary to understand his description of time or originary temporality.
The author has organized the sixteen chapters that make up the main body of his text in two parts devoted to two originary texts, and a collection of the various isms, or movements of the age.
There is a strong tendency in contemporary French political philosophy to understand this distinction between police and politics as an originary division in the Machiavellian sense of the term--as a dichotomy in which the constant renewal of conflict between the nobles who want to dominate and the people who do not want to be dominated is what keeps society together and "indefinitely delays" its dissolution into civil war.
11) Phenomenology-oriented Eugen Fink provides a caveat: 'The more originary the force which ventures to open a clearing, the deeper are the shadows in its fundamental ideas.
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.
Arthur Bradley, Originary Technicity: The Theory of Technology from Marx to Derrida, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 216pp; 50 [pounds sterling] hardback
Time preference manifests itself in the phenomenon of originary interest, i.
originary callings for neat bigness and a flat chest
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.
In terms of American politics, "racial slavery was the originary trauma: antiblack racism becomes the frame for the repetition of the wound and constructs the parallel lives for African Americans" (44).
In this long critique of Heidegger, through analyses of Gilbert Simondon, Andre Leroi-Gourhan, and Jacques Derrida, Stiegler re-reads the myth of Prometheus and challenges the strands of Western philosophy that posited an originary, non-technological human.