reinterpretation


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re·in·ter·pret

 (rē′ĭn-tûr′prĭt)
tr.v. re·in·ter·pret·ed, re·in·ter·pret·ing, re·in·ter·prets
To interpret again or anew.

re′in·ter′pre·ta′tion (-tûr′prĭ-tā′shən) n.
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Noun1.reinterpretation - a new or different meaning
interpretation, reading, version - a mental representation of the meaning or significance of something
2.reinterpretation - a new or different interpretation
interpretation, rendering, rendition - the act of interpreting something as expressed in an artistic performance; "her rendition of Milton's verse was extraordinarily moving"
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It is clear that, if our analysis of physical objects has been valid, this way of defining sensations needs reinterpretation.
Abe's effort to "normalize" Japan's strategic posture began with a reinterpretation of Article 9 of the constitution, according to which the country would henceforth be allowed to engage in "collective self-defense.
The reinterpretation will enable Japan to dispatch forces to international conflicts that do not directly involve Japan, and to play greater roles in United Nations collective security operations.
But the New Komeito party, the coalition partner of Abe's Liberal Democratic Party with a pacifist streak, remains reluctant to open the way for a reinterpretation of the war-renouncing Constitution, which would, for instance, allow the SDF to defend U.
It is also necessary to conduct field seismic studies and reinterpretation of existing geophysical studies on the wells.
As an example of a reinterpretation, Dezember mentioned Wadha, whose Autumn/Winter 2014 collection was inspired by the Danish Expedition to Qatar in 1959, the only existing photographic record of the last Bedouin tribes of Qatar before they abandoned nomadic life.
Thus Crowther's project is twofold: first, he aims to reintroduce Kant as relevant to contemporary aestheticians through reinterpretation (not an interpretation or commentary, as he makes clear in the introduction), and, second, to show the versatility of Kantian aesthetics given this reinterpretation.
White's reinterpretation of Malory's Le morte darthur; an analysis of shifting meaning and unstable language.
As much as I love Mozart and the classics, there are all these marvelous contemporary composers whose music lends itself to reinterpretation," O'Riley says.
We close with Frank Riga's study of Michael Hoffmann's reinterpretation of Bottom in his 1999 film of A Midsummer Night's Dream, which treats Bottom and his interactions with Faerie seriously rather than farcically and resonates throughout the film in a shifting of focus from the aristocratic court to the dignity of the common man and his worthiness to enter Faerie.
Rather, it is the perceived need for constant interpretation and reinterpretation of the Charter's intent that has chucked the fox into the hen house.