Imagination


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A Cognitive Theory of Pretense ...
Recent accounts of pretense have been underdescribed in a number of ways. In this paper, we present a much more explicit cognitive account of pretense. We begin by presenting a number of real example ...
http://ruccs.rutgers.edu/ArchiveFolder/Research%20Group/Publications/ACTOP/actop.html

Center for the Imagination in Language Learning ...
Home of the Center for the Imagination in Language Learning and the annual Journal of the Imagination in Language Learning and Teaching at NJCU. ...
http://www.njcu.edu/CILL/index.html

Fonda's imagination of Imagination ...
These Web pages are for people interested in the imagination. You must understand that "the literal is the enemy" (James Hillman) and that words about the imagination represent an inadequate imaginal ...
http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/gthursby/fonda/ae-hm01.html

Imagination, Mental Imagery, Consciousness, Cognition: Science, Philosophy ...
A resource for the philosophical, scientific, and historical study of imagination and mental imagery, and their role in consciousness and cognition. ...
http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/nthomas

INTENT.COM HOME PAGE...
Intent.com is dedicated to the idea that our intent is the magnetic force which guides the unseen workings of universal law, and encourages thought, feeling, word and action which is in accord with ou...
http://www.intent.com

The Human Imagination ...
The Seventh Sense I am writing about is all about - The Human Imagination. It is Our Special Gift. ...
http://pages.prodigy.com/suna/imagine.htm

THE ROLE OF THE IMAGINATION IN KANT'S THEORY OF EXPERIENCE ...
Wilfrid Sellars My aim in this paper is to give a sympathetic account of Kant's theory of the role played by what he calls the productive imagination in perceptual experience. ...
http://www.ditext.com/sellars/ikte.html

The Subordinate Psychic Faculties of Imagination and Desire ...
Aristotle sometimes recognizes as a distinct capacity, on par with perception and mind, imagination (phantasia) (De Anima iii 3, 414b33-415a3). Although he does not discuss it at length, or even char ...
http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/aristotle-psychology/supp7.html