from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See symbolization, etc.
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- n. something visible that by association or convention represents something else that is invisible
- n. the practice of investing things with symbolic meaning
- n. the use of symbols to convey meaning
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"symbolisation" of five; and there is not the slightest ground for any belief that the apparent "fiveness" of anything in the Great Pyramid had
Finally, with regard to spelling: the spoken word is the living form of a word — it is the word itself, as the Oxford English Dictionary puts it — of which its spelling is but a conventional symbolisation.
Smell is pure symbolisation, as I understand -- discrete "aesthemes" as signifiers of discrete chemicals.
Rather they form a barrier of abstract symbolisation which, like the numbers on the cards, separates us from the stimulus that would otherwise invoke an automatic response.
That barrier of abstract symbolisation doesn't help him stop himself from reaching for the larger bowl.
You got (im) possibility junkies who are all about the defection from reality (c.f. Cubist fragmentation, Abstract non-representation, Surrealist symbolisation).
Reality in itself, in its stupid existence, is never intolerable: it is language, its symbolisation, which makes it such.
The situation is not so serious, and the concepts are not homeless after all; or the record of habits suggests an element of willed symbolisation or even dramatisation.
The whole hierograph thus combines, in an extremely simple and instructive unity, the symbolisation of Apis,
It is evident that he keeps a Bestiary, or record of his experiences in bestiology, otherwise called bestial eikonography; and if he be requested to give a more explicit definition of the article, he will perhaps inform you that it is a record of the types of the ecclesiological symbolisation of beasts.