Phantomatic


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Phan`tom`at´ic


a.1.Phantasmal.
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(8) Abraham compares 'the foreign presence to ventriloquism and calls it a "phantom," a "haunting," or a "phantomatic haunting"'.
They are nation-states and as such can always mobilize the resources needed for solving the problems of real life while in Iran the Islamic Republic pursues its phantomatic fantasy of world conquest in the name of a weird ideology.
For Stelladi, all we know, different from representational thinking is suspended thinking which rests neither in representation nor anything else and this differs from Heidegger's dreams of phantomatic, nonlogical and nonrepresentational thinking.