He organises the unpredictable into monotony, disorder into rule, hazard into logic." Associating the utopist with an excess of rationality, Gilles Lapouge proposes a typology of creators comprising three kinds: the utopist, who is a logician, the anti-utopist--a "vitalist" and a fantasizer
who refuses any plan and order, who is an anarchist and an Epicurean, to some extent--and, between them, the "man of history," the dialectician, who is interested not so much in structures as in interactions, dynamics and evolution.
She is no longer the Freudian fantasizer
who meets sexual aggression with "ready acceptance" because she secretly desires it.
In my view, SP's "gotcha" mentality driven Ramsay Field "scoop" reduced its column to the Walter Mitty fantasizer
status it richly deserves.
Vinar, Construction of a Fantasy: Reading A Child is Being Beaten, in On Freud's "A Child Is Being Beaten" 179, 188 (Ethel Spector Person ed., 1997) ("[T]he fantasizer
Borrowed cultural narratives provide story lines that the fantasizer
may not be able to create independently but can adopt as an umbrella for many different wishes and needs."); see also id.
As historian Michael Bar-Zohar notes, Peres recognized that he was "known as a reckless fantasizer
, and the program itself seemed so fantastic."
The hybrid Jewish-Israeli-Palestinian fetus in the womb of the deceased fantasizer
perhaps hints at the fragility of the utopia of peace.
knew no bounds mad told this magical tale.
I knew that the distinguishing feature of a fantasy is that the fantasizer
is the one in control, that fantasizing is an act of power.
"Swansong" reveals Page as a great fantasizer
with an ability to write lively dialogue, although he doesn't entirely convince us his Ben/Will love story is viable.
"Masochistic fantasy imagines an impossible state," Noble insists; "the fantasizer
The mood of the fantasizer
matches his or her fantasies, either buoyant or depressive.