2014年1月13日 星期一

organic, orgone, orgasmatron, organicism

An orgone box, 1960.

'Adventures In the Orgasmatron'

By CHRISTOPHER TURNER
Reviewed by CHRISTOPHER HITCHENS
A look at how Wilhelm Reich captivated American intellectuals with his "orgone box."

機動知識份子(organic intellectuals) 是義大利馬克斯主義理論家葛蘭西 (A. Gramsci)提出的名詞 意指生活於都市的知識份子 是現代工業社會的產物 能坐言起行爭取文化霸權

李歐梵《城市奏鳴曲。發現文化動力:深圳》台北:時報出版2003,頁12

organic[or・gan・ic]

  • レベル:大学入試程度
  • 発音記号[ɔːrgǽnik]
[形]
1 《化学》有機(化学)の(⇔inorganic)
organic compounds
有機化合物.
2 有機体[生物]の;生物から生じた;生成発展する
organic remains
生物の遺骸
an organic view of history
有機的史観.
3 臓器の, 器官の;《病理学・心理学》器質性の, 生体組織の[を冒す](⇔functional)
organic disease
器質性疾患.
4 有機的な, 組織的な, 系統的な
an organic whole
有機的統一体.
5 有機農法[栽培]の;化学肥料[薬品]を用いない
organic farming
有機農業
organic carrots
有機栽培によるニンジン.
6 構成[構造]上の;基本的な;《法律》統治[構造]に関する
organic law
基本法(憲法など)
an organic part
構成的部分.
7 《美術》自然物を思わせる[に似せた];《建築》有機的建築の
organic architecture
自然建築.
━━[名]有機肥料[殺虫剤].
or・gan・i・cal・ly
[副]有機的に;器官によって;組織上;有機肥料を用いて
〜 grown
有機栽培の.
 (ôr-găn'ĭk) pronunciation
adj.
  1. Of, relating to, or derived from living organisms: organic matter.
  2. Of, relating to, or affecting a bodily organ: an organic disease.
    1. Of, marked by, or involving the use of fertilizers or pesticides that are strictly of animal or vegetable origin: organic vegetables; an organic farm.
    2. Raised or conducted without the use of drugs, hormones, or synthetic chemicals: organic chicken; organic cattle farming.
    3. Serving organic food: an organic restaurant.
    4. Simple, healthful, and close to nature: an organic lifestyle.
    1. Having properties associated with living organisms.
    2. Resembling a living organism in organization or development; interconnected: society as an organic whole.
  3. Constituting an integral part of a whole; fundamental.
  4. Law. Denoting or relating to the fundamental or constitutional laws and precepts of a government or an organization.
  5. Chemistry. Of or designating carbon compounds.
n.
  1. A substance, especially a fertilizer or pesticide, of animal or vegetable origin.
  2. Chemistry. An organic compound.
organically or·gan'i·cal·ly adv.
organicity or'gan·ic'i·ty (ôr'gə-nĭs'ĭ-tē) n.


organicism

noun

[mass noun]
  • 1the doctrine that everything in nature has an organic basis or is part of an organic whole.
  • 2the use or advocacy of literary or artistic forms in which the parts are connected or coordinated in the whole.

Derivatives

organicist

adjective & noun

organicistic

adjective

Origin:

mid 19th century: from French organicisme
orgone
(ôr'gōn) pronunciation
n.
A universal life force hypothesized by Wilhelm Reich, supposed to emanate from all organic material that purportedly can be captured with a boothlike device and used to restore psychological well-being.

[Probably ORG(ANISM) + -ONE.]
The orgasmatron is a fictional electromechanical device that appears in the 1973 movie Sleeper, which also shows the effects of a related device, an orgasmic orb. Similar devices have appeared in other fictional works. The term has also been applied to a non-fictional device capable of triggering an orgasm-like sensation using electrodes implanted at the lower spine.


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