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Use "phantasma" in a sentence
"In any case, it is abundantly clear that, in many even if not all cases, Aristotele uses "phantasma" to refer to what we now call a mental image."
""Shakespeare seems to use it ( 'phantasma') in this passage in the sense of nightmare, which it bears in Italian.""
"So hour after hour passed, through which, between vain attempts to sleep, I managed to wade through many pages of Rosny's Le Termite -- a not very cheerful proceeding, I must say, concerned as it is with the microscopic and over-elaborate recital of Noel Servaise's tortured nerves, bodily pains, and intellectual phantasma."