Geist

Geist (ˈɡaɪst) is a German word. Depending on context it can be translated as the English words mind, spirit, or ghost, covering the semantic field of these three English nouns. Some English translators resort to using `spirit/mind` or `spirit (mind)` to help convey the meaning of the term. Geist is a central concept in Hegel`s The Phenome...
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Geist

(Ger. Kant) That quality in a beautiful object which animates the mind (Gemüt) and gives life to the work of art. It is best translated 'soul' or 'spirit'. See Kantianism, Hegel. -- O.F.K.
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Geist

[magazine] Geist is Canada`s most widely read literary magazine. Geist has been published four times a year in Vancouver since 1990. The magazine takes its name from the German word geist, meaning `mind` or `spirit.` Geist is a member of Magazines Canada and the B.C. Association of Magazine Publishers. Indexed in the Canadian Literary Perio...
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geist

spirit; intellectual inclination
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