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Bachelard speaks of a need of the imagination:

the need to animalize which lies at the origin of imagination. The primary function of imagination is to make animal forms. ((Gaston Bachelard. 1939. LautrĂ©amont. Paris: Corti., p. 51. Noted in Casey’s Imagining in a footnote on p. 30))

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