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re-presentation

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act of re-presenting, or the state of being presented again; a new presentation.

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Examples

  • It's a slickly packaged re-presentation of the same agenda that's killed millions of American jobs and will kill millions more if enacted again.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Five Reasons Romney's "Plan" Is the Same Old Job-Killing Madness

  • Every idea is actually a representation/re-presentation of experience.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Every idea is actually a representation/re-presentation of experience.

    Creative Control - Part 5

  • On the occasion of Film Forum's re-presentation of a smorgasbord of cops-and-robbers storytelling, New York style, the Journal asked some local experts on real-life crime and punishment to weigh in on worthy titles in the series.

    The Force Is Strong With These Police Tales

  • In the Old Testament, God commands His people to worship Him with a sacrifice, and so it is today that we worship God through the unbloody re-presentation of Christ's sacrifice, the most perfect sacrifice, in the sacred liturgy.

    Taking a Look at Liturgical Catechesis

  • I had been looking for ways to categorize that extracted architecture without making a one-to-one re-presentation and was excited about the possibility of expanding the piece to an entire structure.

    MutualArt: The Art of Deconstruction: Building from Paper

  • Museums have long used a kind of information abstraction and re-presentation by putting plaster casts of fossils on display, and keeping the delicate real deal in the basement.

    hughstimson.org » Blog Archive » Dinosaur Exhibit As Informational Facility

  • It is nihilist, essentially fascist, in its teaching that truth is what you can persuade people is the truth, that people require control, and that control is best achieved by means of a story, a re-presentation of reality as a struggle between Good and Evil.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • It is nihilist, essentially fascist, in its teaching that truth is what you can persuade people is the truth, that people require control, and that control is best achieved by means of a story, a re-presentation of reality as a struggle between Good and Evil.

    The Epic and the Past

  • But the same can be said of Fantasy if we look at the work of Peake, say, where the elsewhen of Gormenghast is perhaps the best example I can imagine of a defamiliarising re-presentation, brutally exposing the deficiencies of the ruling paradigm of British society in the early 20th Century through the conceit of the "Big House".

    Archive 2008-01-01

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