Traducción de catharsis en Español:

catharsis

catarsis, n.

Pronunciación /kəˈθɑrsəs//kəˈθɑːsɪs/

nombre

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    catarsis femenino
    • Indeed, the author makes it clear that one of his reasons for writing the book is to assist in the grieving process - in other words, a form of catharsis.
    • For the fans, this dance provides catharsis and releases pent-up energy.
    • The families are so caught up in an illogical belief in the emotional catharsis of execution that they remain in a state of suspended animation for years at a time.
    • The ending of the film also presents a twist that effectively erases the catharses that the film's events have caused several of the more prominent characters to undergo.
    • There is catharsis, release, and a dispersion of pent-up emotions and feelings.
    • When did you last get that chariot ride of emotion and catharsis that Aristotle thought was so good for us all?
    • We're left confused, appalled, and with no clear idea about anyone's guilt and no place to put our mixed emotions, no catharsis at all.
    • There is a strong element of theatre, of catharsis and self-purification, to the ritual of statue-smashing.
    • But, we are filled with a sense of emotional catharsis when we see it because it tells the truth in a much more real way than any news story or blog post has ever done.
    • Experiencing a tale from their local past can help people ‘fall in love with the theatre,’ he says, and can even give them a sense of catharsis and closure.
    • Of course, a sense of catharsis is central to a book of this nature.
    • Most people need drama, excitement, pathos, catharsis - on some level their emotions have to connect with their minds in order to understand.
    • Once, she had simply blurted out her feelings, yet there had been no catharsis, no flood of relief, only an empty realisation that she had made her mother cry.
    • The purpose of tragedy is catharsis, a powerful emotional experience in which the audience purges the emotions of pity and fear.
    • It's easy to write off Dumont's dark view as cynical, even delusional and childish, and it's even easier to laugh off the film's emotional catharses in order to create a safe distance.
    • They always seem to focus on surprise and juxtaposition, or tension relief, or catharsis, or something.
    • They seem to be waiting for something, perhaps catharsis or relief, but it's not coming anytime soon.
    • At the end of the movie, an ensemble comedy, there are about half a dozen catharses in a two-minute span of time.
    • And I think there will be a sense of catharsis and relief on the part of the majority of the Peruvian population.
    • For instance, Brecht challenged the worth of stories that merely entertain, amuse or at best, provide emotional involvement and release through catharsis.