redescription

redescription

(ˌriːdɪˈskrɪpʃən)
n
the act of redescribing
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The third is to offer, through this critique, a "redescription" (Rorty, 1989, 1991; see also Horne, 1989, 1993) of Perelman and Olbrechts-Tyteca's work as a pragmatic rhetorical theory, one aimed at collapsing the distinction between rhetoric and philosophy.
The redescription of these responses as quasi emotions is supposed to do away with the paradox; the emotion is, so to speak, put within inverted commas.
Document redescription will then be considered, and a probabilistic approach to redescription that relies on multiple descriptions of documents will be discussed.
Notes on snakes of the genus Salvadora with a redescription of a neglected Mexican species.
Redescription and new distribution records of Acanthoscurria paulensis (Araneae: Mygalomorphae: Theraphosidae).
Antillean Nasutitermitinae (Isoptera: Termitidae): Parvitermes collinsae, a new subterranean termite from Hispaniola and redescription of P.
Redescription of Onchocerca lupi (Spirurida: Onchocercidae) with histopathological observations.
There is nothing in the world that cannot be made to look good or bad by redescription. We need to keep that simple truth in mind if we are to avoid the tyranny of words.
A redescription of Rhysida celeris (Humbert & Saussure, 1870), with a proposal of eight new synonyms (Scolopendromorpha, Scolopendridae, Otostigminae).
Larval, postlarval and early juvenile development in Pagurus venturensis, Coffin 1957 (Decapoda: Anomura: Paguridae) reared in the laboratory, with a redescription of the adult.