ideatum

ideatum

(ˌaɪdɪˈeɪtəm)
n, pl -ata (-ˈeɪtə)
(Philosophy) philosophy the objective reality with which human ideas are supposed to correspond
[C18: New Latin, from Latin: idea]
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El rostro del Otro destruye en todo momento y desborda la imagen plastica que el me deja, la idea a mi medida y a la medida de su ideatum: la idea adecuada.
Dario simula, na verdade, um eco de Spinoza: in Deo esse, ideatum, in Deo sum.
More fruitful and instructive than reductionistic forays at Spinoza's expense, or in his behalf, is his own thought that the body is the ideatum of which the mind is the idea.
The cause of the idea(s)--in this case, both love and knowledge may not be grasped, and the idea itself may be confused and partial, but the object or "ideatum" of that idea, that is, the "affection" of the body, still exists, and will not go away, even as the idea becomes more adequate.