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 Representation (Presentation) - Philosophy Dictionary of Arguments
Representation/Presentation: A representation or presentation is a reproduction of an object, event, sign, sound, imagination, memory, etc. The medium of representation can belong to the same domain (e.g. summary of a text) or to another domain (e.g. film about a historical event). In a representation, the levels must always be distinguished. The object is not identical with its representation. See also Image, Pictures, Reproduction, Copy, Media, Levels.
Annotation: The above characterizations of concepts are neither definitions nor exhausting presentations of problems related to them. Instead, they are intended to give a short introduction to the contributions below. – Lexicon of Arguments.
Author Item    More concepts for author
Benjamin, Walter Representation (Presentation)   Benjamin, Walter
Feynman, Richard Representation (Presentation)   Feynman, Richard
Fodor, Jerry Representation (Presentation)   Fodor, Jerry
Freud, Sigmund Representation (Presentation)   Freud, Anna
Gadamer, Hans-Georg Representation (Presentation)   Gadamer, Hans-Georg
Goodman, Nelson Representation (Presentation)   Goodman, Nelson
Hacking, Ian Representation (Presentation)   Hacking, Ian
Kuhn, Thomas S. Representation (Presentation)   Kuhn, Thomas S.
Rorty, Richard Representation (Presentation)   Rorty, Richard
Thiel, Christian Representation (Presentation)   Thiel, Christian
Wittgenstein, Ludwig Representation (Presentation)   Wittgenstein, Ludwig

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