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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These characteristics are typical of the grape's originary territory among the provinces of Treviso and Venice.
Such a vision is linked to the idea of the sacred conceived by Mircea Eliade as an originary dimension of the human being's mental structure.
The shuddering mania of the affect associated with Dionysus in Nietzsche's early work runs as a thread through his thought, Murray argues, and is linked to an originary interruption of self-consciousness articulated by the philosophical companion.
At the foundation of Gans's theory lies the idea that the human collective is formed at the moment when the "gesture of appropriation," in its relation to the object of desire characteristic of the "pecking order," is aborted and deferred and is thereby transformed into an originary sign, a symbol of this object.
First, time preference can only explain the rate of originary interest, or the rate of interest as it appears within the confines of the evenly rotating economy (ERE), where there is a uniform rate of return in every production process.
Rivers and the sea shape-shift, places become irrelevant or acquire mythical status, are rediscovered or transformed, or used as evidence in originary tales.
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.
According to the author, the first moment of a relationship between one person and another is not that of intention to donate sense, reassuring his/her own fears, since it requires non-pathological originary vulnerability constitutive of the human factor.
In order to understand Heidegger's (1962, 1995) depiction of existential mood, it is necessary to understand his description of time or originary temporality.
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.
Withy distinguishes between uncanniness (or angst, as Heidegger also calls it) as (1) a transitory emotion and (2) an "originary" structure of human existence--a basic component, or existentiell, of man's being in the world.
(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.' (12) A provocative warning that will serve to introduce the other side of the coin: origin in a distinctly negative sense.