conceptuality


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conceptuality

(kənˌsɛptjʊˈælɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
a conceptualization
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Noun1.conceptuality - an elaborated concept
concept, conception, construct - an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances
perception - a way of conceiving something; "Luther had a new perception of the Bible"
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I want to explore what we might call an <<inclusive scientific theory>>, using the term <<science>> in its classic --as opposed to Anglophone--sense of an intellectual discipline, distinguished by its own distinct vocabulary, conceptuality, and methodology.
This type of conceptuality allows us to refine our gaze upon the relational processes and measure the complexity involved in the intersubjective dynamics, processes in constant transit and transformation.
The festival is distinguished for its conceptuality.
In the monograph Insights of Aesthetology: Aesthetology and Spirituality, Mureika states that the person's spiritual existence is determined by a valuable attitude, which results from various components of sense, and "The concept of aesthetology, based on philosophical anthropology, declares that meaning is provided not on the basis of conceptuality.
Thus, 'to change this direction of conceptuality, to give it a turn toward nonidentity' will be 'the hinge of negative dialectics.
By contrast, clarifying the ways in which ideologies of European emancipation and of Zionism have both been complicit in negating galut can aid in producing better understandings of the relation between past and present Jewish culture and conceptuality, and in enabling more fruitful intellectual efforts to engage presently unresolved conflicts in the spheres of Jewish politics, culture, and identity.
Talvet's poems synthesize intellectualism and sensualism, conceptuality and eidetic mental impressions, satire and suave contemplation.
More generally, as Bennett puts it, Adorno's concept of nonidentity, or that which always resists incorporation into conceptuality, also signals a resistance to the "will to mastery," the "rage" against nonidentity being the "driving force behind interhuman acts of cruelty and violence.
Where the surface modeling using GIS with the aid of DEMs is of a paramount importance in identifying areas prone for groundwater recharge, while regional geology and structures enrich the hydrogeological conceptuality of the studied basin to neglect unpromising sites.
Y es justamente por la constitucion esencial de esta tension que Bennington afirma que la deconstruccion "operates just such a radical politicization of conceptuality in general" (ibid.
Barad defines this pattern as belonging to the physicality and conceptuality of the agents of observation, as well as part of the technologies of subjectivation of the apparatus since it makes reference to the boxes they need to tick according to their race and/or birthplace, that is, regulative laws of the country (80).
However, the picture just mentioned that I suspect Dreyfus accepts at some level brings connections and commitments about rationality (or conceptuality, or mindedness) that McDowell simply refuses to make; he regards them as nothing more than components of the myth, rather than as false theories.