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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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(19) Kant's view of the limited role of conceptuality in nature still relates him to modern scientific "naturalism": his account of the "I think" abstracts from the perceiving animal and the living subject of experience; he essentially withdraws agency from nature and intentionality from the body.
Eidetic vision was interpreted as no more than a procedure that intuitively grasped the conceptuality of facts, whereas the hermeneutic circle was generally regarded as a rotation from facts to their theoretical grounds.
"The natural instinct is to take the story and interpret it literally, but I tried to avoid that," says Al-Dowayan, a contemporary artist perhaps best known for her 2011 installation piece "Suspended Together." "I wanted to add a little bit of conceptuality to it."
Their arrangement, selection and specification of catchment regions are, however, often an object of criticism, mainly due to the lack of currency and conceptuality. Regarding the fact that our paper accepts the spatial consideration, we focus on: (a) an evaluation of transport accessibility of AR centers from their territorial districts and (b) a comparison of present ARs with current socio-economic relations expressed mainly by commuting to work and school.
(4) In this sense, Esther Mombo has noted that "engendered theological education stresses conceptuality, dialogue, openness, grace and willingness to learn and discern God's will and truth in every context."(5)
To think historically implies, consequentially, to reason and imagine drawing from conceptuality. Concretely, as Kuukkanen (2015, p.
"Thinking in Franciscan," then, is first of all to go "on foot"--pedibus, "with the feet" and "by the feet"--even if it means going on the path of conceptuality and, sometimes, using the methods of the university.
Johnson, Chicago 1980) and of how pervasive theories of metaphor can be in Buddhist approaches to language and conceptuality (see J.
Tentative typologies structured data reduction and organization by recurring themes that fit within the established research questions, while attempting to retain conceptuality and not dilute thick description into thin description (Steiner-Khamsi, Torney-Purta, & Schwille, 2002).
Hopkins did not strive to put into words the "material conceptuality" of the world that Heidegger first sought in historical forms of life but to find it in words themselves, in the sounds by which they mean materially and intuitively.