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Catharsis

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  1. Zolokora says:
    Catharsis definition: Catharsis is getting rid of unhappy memories or strong emotions such as anger or sadness | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  2. Juzahn says:
    catharsis (n.) , "a bodily purging" (especially of the bowels), from Latinized form of Greek katharsis "purging, cleansing," from stem of kathairein "to purify, purge," from katharos "pure, clear of dirt, clean, spotless; open, free; clear of shame or guilt; purified" (with most of the extended senses now found in Modern English clear, clean, pure), which is of unknown origin.
  3. Moogugal says:
    Read Catharsis, List1 Now! Digital comics in LINE Webtoon, updated every Tuesday. Fear is a powerful emotion that can end up overtaking one's life. Leon thought he knew that. But when he's thrown into the demonic realm that Catharsis governs over, available online for free.#longlivecomics.
  4. Yozshucage says:
    catharsis definition: 1. the process of releasing strong emotions through a particular activity or experience, such as. Learn more.
  5. Vilmaran says:
    Catharsis becomes a digital portal, a simulated journey that offers audiences access to past and present natural environments, slowed down and up close. Jakob Kudsk Steensen (b. ), a Danish artist based in New York, explores how imagination, technology and ecology intertwine.
  6. Dazragore says:
    Catharsis manga info and recommendations. Fear is a powerful emotion that can end up overtak /10().
  7. Faumi says:
    Other articles where Catharsis is discussed: José Clemente Orozco: Mature work and later years: where he painted the mural Catharsis for the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City (). In this eschatological work he depicted a laughing prostitute lying among the debris of civilization’s last cataclysm. The pessimism that increasingly marked his work finally culminated in his Guadalajara.
  8. Doll says:
    Catharsis, the purification or purgation of the emotions (especially pity and fear) primarily through art. In criticism, catharsis is a metaphor used by Aristotle in the Poetics to describe the effects of true tragedy on the spectator. The use is derived from the medical term katharsis (Greek.
  9. Dourr says:
    Sep 29,  · catharsis (countable and uncountable, plural catharses) A release of emotional tension after an overwhelming vicarious experience, resulting in the purging or purification of the emotions, as through watching a dramatic production (especially a tragedy).

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