Eidetic

(Ger. eidetisch) In Husserl: Of or pertaining to an eidos or to eide. Eidetic existent: anything falling as an example within the ideal extension of a valid eidos; e.g., an ideally or purely possible individual. (Purely) eidetic judgments: judgments that do not posit individual existence, even though they are about something individual. Eidetic ne....
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eidetic

(i-detĀ“ik) denoting exact visualization of events or objects previously seen; a person having such an ability.
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eidetic

[adj] - of visual imagery of almost photographic accuracy
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eidetic

adjective of visual imagery of almost photographic accuracy
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eidetic

1. Relating to the power of visualization of and memory for objects previously seen which reaches its height in children aged 8 to 10. ... 2. A person possessing this power to a high degree. ... Origin: G. Eidon, saw (aorist of verb) ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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eidetic

eidetic 1. Related to or having total visual recall of anything previously seen; characterized by exact visualization of events or of objects previously seen. 2. In psychiatry, pertaining to or characterized by clear visualization (even by a voluntary act) of objects previously seen. Eidetic images (also known as primary memory images) are clearer ...
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Eidetic

Eidetic: 1. Marked by extraordinarily accurate and vivid recall, especially of images. 2. By extension, an individual with such exceptional powers. Eidetic memory is the ability to see in one's mind's eye in the most minute detail. From the German eidetisch, from the Greek eidetikos and eidos (form), and ultimately from the Indo-European root weid-...
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eidetic

Type: Term Pronunciation: ī-det′ik Definitions: 1. Relating to the power of visualization of and memory for objects previously seen that reaches its height in children aged 8-10. 2. A person possessing this power to a high degree.
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eidetic

vivid mental image or memory
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