- unifying, Unifying; having the power to shape disparate things into a unified whole.
Etymology: From Greek á "into" + á + ' (from ' "to mould"). Coined by w:Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Coleridge, probably after German ineinsbildung "forming into one".
- 2003: he ... developed a doctrine of the organic ("") imagination, over and against the passive and mechanical faculty of "fancy" " Roy Porter, Flesh in the Age of Reason (Penguin 2004, p. 405)
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