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- n. The condition of being reinterpreted
- n. A new interpretation
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- n. a new or different meaning
- n. a new or different interpretation
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KeichÃ»'s work marked an important, but not necessarily original, critique of the universalist assumptions of what is often termed Neo-Confucianism; that is, the reinterpretation of Confucianism that took form in the work of Zhu Xi and other Song period scholars, which was the most influential form of intellectual practice in seventeenth century Japan.
E. Recami (1978) tried to avoid the idea that tachyons could move backwards in time by introducing the so-called reinterpretation principle according to which all negative energy tachyons should be interpreted as if they have positive energy and move forward in time.
That is not the case with The Lizards, they have their own unique style, and Archeology should more properly be described as a reinterpretation of the music.
The kind of reinterpretation that Hilbert engages in, i.e. of assigning different meanings to specific words, is something that can apply only to sentences, and never to thoughts, from the Fregean point of view.
In seeking a "reinterpretation" from Beijing, the Hong Kong government maintained that a massive influx of immigrants would seriously destabilize the city's already troubled economy.
Of course the "reinterpretation" of which Dulles speaks cannot be the sort of "development" that logically entails negation of anything previously taught with the Church's full authority.
The whole thing was based on another Bush "reinterpretation" of the law, so that it would not apply to him.
"[A] ny 'reinterpretation' of this statutory scheme could extend full-blown common-carrier regulation to every corner of the Internet ecosystem," the coalition wrote.
Yeah JJ anonymous, I can tell by some of your responses that I'm not the only one who was doing some "reinterpretation".
AMC plans to air a three-night miniseries, that's billed as a "reinterpretation" of the old series which starred the late Patrick McGoohan, on three consecutive nights starting Sunday,