Mirror image

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 8 Dec 18, Saturday

Random information on the term “Mirror image”:

Anamorphosis is a distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point (or both) to view a recognizable image. Some of the media it is used in are painting, photography, sculpture and installation, toys, and film special effects. The word “anamorphosis” is derived from the Greek prefix ana‑, meaning “back” or “again”, and the word morphe, meaning “shape” or “form”. An optical anamorphism is the visualization of a mathematical operation called an affine transformation.[1] The process of extreme anamorphosis has been used by artists to disguise caricatures, erotic and scatological scenes, and other furtive images from a casual viewer, while revealing an undistorted image to the knowledgeable spectator.[2]

There are two main types of anamorphosis: perspective (oblique) and mirror (catoptric). More-complex anamorphoses can be devised using distorted lenses, mirrors, or other optical transformations.


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Random information on the term “SELF”:

Aseity (from Latin a “from” and se “self”, plus -ity) is the property by which a being exists in and of itself, from itself, or exists as so-and-such of and from itself.[1] The word is often used to refer to the Christian belief that God contains within himself the cause of himself, is the first cause, or rather is simply uncaused, though many Jewish and Muslim theologians have also believed God to be independent in this way.[1] Notions of aseity as the highest principle go back at least to Plato and have been in wide circulation since Augustine[citation needed], though the use of the word ‘aseity’ began only in the Middle Ages.[1]

Aseity has two aspects, one positive and one negative: absolute independence and self-existence.[1] In its “negative” meaning, which emerged first in the history of thought, it affirms that God is uncaused, depending on no other being for the source of God’s existence. In its “positive” meaning, it affirms that God is completely self-sufficient, having within Godself the sufficient reason for God’s own existence.[2]The first concept derives from “the God of philosophers”, while the second one derives from “the living God of Revelation” (I am who I am: Exodus 3:14).[3]

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