oneirically

oneirically

(əʊˈnaɪərɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a dreamlike manner
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At the same time, they also contribute to bridging and integrating the vast diegetic construct of the Whoniverse, such as in the example of the first Doctor naming Gallifrey, or indeed all of the Doctors oneirically lining up, as if for a cosmic photo call.
In the Angelus, the confrontation of memory with the "argumentative time" is resolved oneirically, in terms of "psychic time," while in the Embarkation for the Cythera, the solution is more "relative," and is based on a "system of instantaneous references," meant to establish comparative irrational notions of time, in other words, concrete notions of time.
This passage from "Chrysalis" exemplifies Sze's ability to list, in almost helixical continuum, events and observations that may appear at first to meander haphazardly and oneirically across time and space, but which actually create a kinetic quickening of "the living to the living.
Early on, he oneirically glimpses the figure of a man in a white lab coat and black boots--presumably the regular attire of doctors at Auschwitz.
The slide from verbalization to visual images incongruously condensed, punning on "punto," suggests oneirically wishful simplification.
A few things stand out, including Iamblichus's report of Pythagoras's self-identification with divinity, the oneirically soothing use of music, and especially, Pythagoras's soteriological status.
To say that is not an irony at his expense, as it would have to be if said of a painter even as oneirically effective as Caspar David Friedrich, who may be a distant precursor.