Psyche

Mythological representation of the soul, usually portrayed as a bird or a woman.

Psyche

Psyche (Psyché in French) is the Greek term for `soul` (ψυχή). It may also refer to: ==Mythology== ==Psychology== ==Art== ==Biology== ==Other uses== ...
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Psychè

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Psyche

• (n.) The soul; the vital principle; the mind. • (n.) A lovely maiden, daughter of a king and mistress of Eros, or Cupid. She is regarded as the personification of the soul. • (n.) A cheval glass.
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Psyché

(from the article `Corneille, Pierre`) ...1663), Othon (performed 1664), Agésilas (performed 1666), and Pulchérie (performed 1672). In collaboration with Molière and Philippe Quinault he ...
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psyche

(from the article `Epicureanism`) ...entire body and in part collected in the chest. The first part is the locus of sensations and of the physical affects of pain and pleasure; the ... In these works, Freud attempted to clarify the relationship between his earlier topographical division of the psyche into the unconscious, ... [2 rela...
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Psyche

(Gr. soul, World-Soul, spirit) In Plotinism, it is the name of the second emanation from the One. See Soul. -- V.J.B.
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psyche

(si´ke) the human faculty for thought, judgment, and emotion; the mental life, including both conscious and unconscious processes; the mind in its totality, as distinguished from the body. the soul or self. adj., psy´chic., adj.
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Psyche

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Psyche

[book] Psyche (Psyche, zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Seele) is an 1846 book by Carl Gustav Carus, a physician and painter noted for his work on animal psychology and physiognomy. Henri Ellenberger calls Psyche `the life-work of a physician and keen observer of the human mind` and `the first attempt to give a complete and objective theory o...
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Psyche

[Locke] Psyche is a semi-opera in five acts with music by Matthew Locke to a libretto by Thomas Shadwell with dances by Giovanni Battista Draghi. It was first performed at Dorset Garden Theatre, London on 27 February 1675 by the Duke`s Company with choreography the French dancing-master Saint-André. Stage machinery was by Thomas Betterton ...
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Psyché

[opera] Psyché is an opera (tragédie lyrique) in a prologue and five acts composed by Jean-Baptiste Lully to a libretto by Thomas Corneille adapted from Molière`s original play for which Lully had composed the intermèdes. Based on the love story of Cupid and Psyche, Psyché was premiered on April 19, 1678 by the Académie Royale de Musi...
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Psyché

[play] Psyché is a five-act, free verse tragicomédie et ballet, originally written as a prose text by Molière and versified in collaboration with Pierre Corneille and Philippe Quinault, with music composed by Jean-Baptiste Lully. The plot is based on the story of Cupid and Psyche in The Golden Ass, written in the 2nd century by Apuleius....
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Psyche

[psychology] In psychology, the psyche i is the totality of the human mind, conscious and unconscious. Psychology is the scientific or objective study of the psyche. The word has a long history of use in psychology and philosophy, dating back to ancient times, and has been one of the fundamental concepts for understanding human nature from ...
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Psyche

Psy'che noun [ Latin , from Greek PSychh` Psyche, from psychh` the soul.] 1. (Class Myth.) A lovely maiden, daughter of a king and mistress of Eros, or Cupid. She is regarded as the personification of the soul. 2. The soul; the vital principle; the mind.
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Psyche

Beloved of Eros; punished by jealous Aphrodite; made immortal and united with Eros.
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Psyche

Generally refers to the mind.
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Psyche

Generally refers to the mind.
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Psyche

Greek for the mind or soul.
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Psyche

in classical mythology, princess of outstanding beauty who aroused Venus` jealousy and Cupid`s love. The fullest version of the tale is that told by ... [2 related articles]
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Psyche

In Roman mythology, Psyche was the personification of the passion of love. She was the youngest daughter of the king and queen of Sicily. She was the most beautiful person on the island and suitors flocked to ask for her hand. In the end she boasted that she was more beautiful than Venus herself, and Venus sent Cupid to transfix her with an arrow o...
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Psyche

Late Greek personification of the soul as a winged girl or young woman. In Greek mythology, she was the youngest and most beautiful of three princesses. Incensed by her beauty, Aphrodite ordered her...
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Psyche

Late Greek personification of the soul as a winged girl or young woman. In Greek mythology, she was the youngest and most beautiful of three princesses. Incensed by her beauty, Aphrodite ordered her son Eros, the god of love, to inspire Psyche with desire for the vilest creatures. Instead, he fell in...
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Psyche

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by De Gasparis on 15 Mar 1852. Diameter in km: 248. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Psyche

Psyche (sī'kē) , in Greek mythology, personification of the human soul. She was so lovely that Eros (Cupid), the god of love, fell in love with her. He swept her off to a beautiful, isolated castle but forbade her to look at him since he was a god. When she disobeyed, he abandoned he...
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