bringing together or able to bring together different concepts and thoughts into a unified whole: the esemplastic ability of the imagination
Origin of esemplasticcoined by Coleridge from Classical Greek es, into + hen, one (see hendeca-) + plastikos, adjective from plassein, to mold
(comparative more esemplastic, superlative most esemplastic)
From Greek ἐς ‘into’ + ἕν + πλαστικός (from πλάσσειν ‘to mould’). Coined by Coleridge, probably after German ineinsbildung ‘forming into one’.