In a telling manner, the drugs of the past have disappeared and been replaced by their own simulacra.
Several other questions are discussed in connexion with the doctrine of the 'simulacra.'
There were 136 of these simulacra, "99 of whom," says the report "would have been killed."
The senseless dead, the simulacra of mortals, as Homer says.
A Governing power must exist: your other powers here are simulacra; this power is it.
We cannot feed our minds on simulacra any more than we can our bodies.
"simulacra gentium argentum et aurum, opera manuum hominum," like hailstones rattled the Latin words down on my prison.
It is usually supposed that these simulacra were hollow idols of basket-work.
"Manes," "umbra," "simulacra," are the expressions of Cicero and Virgil.
Poor Sterling; poor sons of Adam in general, in this sad age of cobwebs, worn-out symbolisms, reminiscences and simulacra!
1590s, from Latin simulacrum "likeness, image, form, representation, portrait," dissimilated from *simulaclom, from simulare "to make like, imitate, copy, represent" (see simulation). The word was borrowed earlier as semulacre (late 14c.), via Old French simulacre.