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Philosophy and Humanities

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Concept Concepts are defined as abstract ideas. They are understood to be the fundamental building blocks of the concept behind principles, thoughts and beliefs. They play an important role in all aspects of cognition. As such, concepts are studied by sev ...
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Conceptualism In metaphysics, conceptualism is a theory that explains universality of particulars as conceptualized frameworks situated within the thinking mind. Intermediate between nominalism and Philosophical realism, realism, the conceptualist view approac ...
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Philosophical analysis Philosophical analysis is any of various skill, techniques, typically used by philosophers in the analytic philosophy, analytic tradition, in order to "break down" (i.e. analyze) philosophical issues. Arguably the most prominent of these techniques ...
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Theoretical definition A theoretical definition defines a term in an academic discipline, functioning as a proposal to see a phenomenon in a certain way. A theoretical definition is a proposed way of thinking about potentially related events. Theoretical definitions cont ...
(Conceptual definition) * Thinking about Consciousness (Conceptual dualism) *
Pragmatism Pragmatism is a philosophical tradition that considers words and thought as tools and instruments for prediction, problem solving, and action (philosophy), action, and rejects the idea that the function of thought is to describe, represent, ...
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Paradigm In science and philosophy, a paradigm () is a distinct set of concepts or thought patterns, including theories, research methods, postulates, and standards for what constitute legitimate contributions to a field. Etymology ''Paradigm'' comes f ...
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Abstract and concrete In metaphysics, the distinction between abstract and concrete refers to a divide between two types of entities. Many philosophers hold that this difference has fundamental metaphysical significance. Examples of concrete objects include plants, Hum ...
(Conceptual object) * Conceptual attrition, an idea of Beverley Skeggs * Conceptual proliferation * Conceptual history * Conceptual necessity


Linguistics and Semantics

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Conceptual schema A conceptual schema is a high-level description of informational needs underlying the design of a database. It typically includes only the main concepts and the main relationships among them. Typically this is a first-cut model, with insufficient ...
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Conceptual model A conceptual model is a representation of a system. It consists of concepts used to help people knowledge, know, understanding, understand, or simulation, simulate a subject the model represents. In contrast, physical models are physical object su ...
* Conceptual blending * Conceptual semantics * Conceptual dictionary * Conceptual change * Conceptual dependency theory *Conceptual domain in Frame semantics (linguistics) * Inferential role semantics (Conceptual role semantics)


Psychology

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Priming (psychology) Priming is a phenomenon whereby exposure to one stimulus (psychology), stimulus influences a response to a subsequent stimulus, without conscious guidance or intention. The priming effect refers to the positive or negative effect of a rapidly pres ...
(Conceptual priming) * Spatial–temporal reasoning (Visuo-conceptual) * Conceptual act model of emotion * Conceptual space


Science

* Conceptual physics * Conceptual economy * Conceptual model (computer science) * Conceptual clustering * The Mythical Man-Month (Conceptual integrity)


Methodology and Data-modeling

* Conceptual system * Conceptual framework * The Conceptual Framework *
Entity–relationship model An entity–relationship model (or ER model) describes interrelated things of interest in a specific domain of knowledge. A basic ER model is composed of entity types (which classify the things of interest) and specifies relationships that can ex ...
(Conceptual Entity Model) * Conceptual graph * CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model


Art and Music

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Conceptual art Conceptual art, also referred to as conceptualism, is art in which the concept Concepts are defined as abstract ideas. They are understood to be the fundamental building blocks of the concept behind principles, thoughts and beliefs. They play ...
* Conceptual design * Conceptual architecture * Conceptual photography * Post-conceptual * Neo-conceptual art *
Progressive metal Progressive metal (sometimes shortened to prog metal) is a broad :Fusion music genres, fusion music genre melding heavy metal music, heavy metal and progressive rock, combining the loud "aggression" and amplified electric guitar, guitar-driven s ...
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Progressive rock Progressive rock (shortened as prog rock or simply prog; sometimes conflated with art rock Art rock is a subgenre of rock music that generally reflects a challenging or avant-garde approach to rock, or which makes use of modernist, experi ...
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Concept album A concept album is an album An album is a collection of audio recordings issued on compact disc (CD), Phonograph record, vinyl, audio tape, or another medium such as Digital distribution#Music, digital distribution. Albums of recorded ...
* NSCAD conceptual art * The View from this Tower (Conceptual Separation) * Conceptual Love


Law

* Conceptual separability in
Copyright A copyright is a type of intellectual property that gives its owner the exclusive right to copy, distribute, adapt, display, and perform a creative work, usually for a limited time. The creative work may be in a literary, artistic, education ...


See also

* Concept (disambiguation) {{disambiguation