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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being spectral; a spectral being or object.

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  • Fascinating, too -- these spirits introduce so well the spectrality Derrida gets into around chapter five.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Fascinating, too -- these spirits introduce so well the spectrality Derrida gets into around chapter five.

    The Art of Reading Slowly

  • Its uncanny doubleness, its relationship to death, its element of phantasmagoric spectrality, and the connections between these and the impulses of

    Making Visible: The Diorama, the Double and the (Gothic) Subject

  • Capitalism and its "reduction of all heavenly chimeras to brutal economic reality generates a spectrality of its own."

    mongster's nest

  • Capitalism and its "reduction of all heavenly chimeras to brutal economic reality generates a spectrality of its own."

    mongster's nest

  • Capitalism and its "reduction of all heavenly chimeras to brutal economic reality generates a spectrality of its own."

    mongster's nest

  • Capitalism and its "reduction of all heavenly chimeras to brutal economic reality generates a spectrality of its own."

    mongster's nest

  • The 7th issue of Forum engages with haunting and related concepts such as the uncanny, spectrality and the trace by looking at a variety of different texts and contexts. "

    GreenCine Daily

  • The 7th issue of Forum engages with haunting and related concepts such as the uncanny, spectrality and the trace by looking at a variety of different texts and contexts. "

    GreenCine Daily

  • The 7th issue of Forum engages with haunting and related concepts such as the uncanny, spectrality and the trace by looking at a variety of different texts and contexts. "

    GreenCine Daily

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