reconceive

reconceive

(ˌriːkənˈsiːv)
vb (tr)
formal to conceive (an idea, creative or literary conception, etc) again
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McCutcheon continues his exploration of an alternative way for scholars of religion to understand themselves as professionals, to reconceive the problematics that attract their interest, and to reconsider the ends that they might attain as scholars of religion.
A further goal is to reconceive and repurpose underused environmentally contaminated sites into a coherent urban industrial master plan strategy tailored to the regions target industries.
Harper Collins has moved to the Financial District, and SL Green, who purchased the building in 2012, hired TPG Architecture to reconceive and renovate this well-known Plaza-district skyscraper.
The was He said: "We reconceive some of the pieces so it's a lot more rock 'n' roll.
Its strengths as well as its limits confirm that any critic seeking to reconceive postmodernism's role in our contemporary critical landscape must viably reconceive Pynchon.
Four accounts follow, measuring the impact that Walls has made on the academy, notably that of Wilbert Shenk on Walls's influence on church history and theology; Brian Stanley on the development of Walls's major institutional creation, the Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World, at New College, Edinburgh; Jonathan Bonk on how Walls helped reconceive and reroute mission studies into the study of world Christianity; and Moonjang Lee on Walls's revisioning of theological education.
counters, on biblical warrants, that we should reconceive eschatological bliss as delight in God's self-gift, both intellectual and bodily, and hence still centered on the incarnate Christ, exercised in a realm of transformed, not abolished, temporality and spatiality.
The decision to renovate the house, Murdoch explains, offered the museum's curators an opportunity to reshuffle the deck -- to reconceive and rearrange the collection in a more cohesive, interrelated manner.
The impetus behind these new guidelines and format is not the desire to discard the conventions of the theatre review simply for the sake of doing so, but rather the desire to reconceive the genre itself: I would like Shakespeare Bulletin theatre reviews to be vividly expressed perspectives on performance rather than meticulously detailed records of performance.
UD seeks to reconceive fundamental architectural ideas and build spaces that accommodate everyone.
Together we are exploring the possibility of finding an additional institution--or long-term donor--to join WCW and the Women's Review to reconceive and relaunch the publication.
He engineered an aggressive plan to reconceive the flagship store as a series of store-in-store leased boutiques.