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reconceptualization

Definitions

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  • noun The act or process of reconceptualizing, of developing a new concept for something

Etymologies

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reconceptualize +‎ -ation

Examples

  • The message of nuclear disarmament and universal respect was understandably popular, and the excitement in the faces of ordinary people Gorbachev met in his travels abroad indulged him in the belief that he had started an international reconceptualization of politics between states.

    The Return

  • The message of nuclear disarmament and universal respect was understandably popular, and the excitement in the faces of ordinary people Gorbachev met in his travels abroad indulged him in the belief that he had started an international reconceptualization of politics between states.

    The Return

  • The message of nuclear disarmament and universal respect was understandably popular, and the excitement in the faces of ordinary people Gorbachev met in his travels abroad indulged him in the belief that he had started an international reconceptualization of politics between states.

    The Return

  • The message of nuclear disarmament and universal respect was understandably popular, and the excitement in the faces of ordinary people Gorbachev met in his travels abroad indulged him in the belief that he had started an international reconceptualization of politics between states.

    The Return

  • One of the stories required minimal revision, one requires a moderate amount of reconceptualization and the third one is going to take a fair amount of work to get it into shape for the editor.

    Upgrade : Bev Vincent

  • Kapur says this again in her blog response; with respect to R2P, for example: “how much can we realistically expect this early in the reconceptualization process?”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » ‘The Rise of International Criminal Law’

  • My idea is that raising the retirement age (for the first time in decades) should go with a positive reconceptualization of the potential personal value of working for longer (and presumably in different jobs).

    Name This Club, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Thermonuclear war called for genuine reconceptualization; the ancient conflict of the more developed urban sections of the state with the resistant backlands has been all too well documented for millennia.

    Magic and Mayhem

  • Each also represents a reconceptualization of programmatic requirements in modern terms and a unique expression of the relationship between form and function.

    Wright's World Heritage Nomination

  • For instance, my reconceptualization of the Southwest Silk Road illustrates Yunnan's global significance and adds new dimensions to Eurasian interactions and world history.

    Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)

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