Representation

Representation can refer to: ==Law== ==Arts== ==Social Sciences== ==Science== ===Mathematics=== == See also == ...
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Representation

• (n.) The state of being represented. • (n.) The body of those who act as representatives of a community or society; as, the representation of a State in Congress. • (n.) The act of representing, in any sense of the verb. • (n.) A description or statement; as, the representation of an historian, of a witness, or an advocate. &b...
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representation

(from the article `aesthetics`) ...of literature, in which language is used to describe purely imaginary subjects. This relation between a work of art and its subject, captured in ... The most significant development of the late Chou, and among the most revolutionary of all moments in Chinese art, was the emergence of a ... ...centur...
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representation

(from the article `agency`) ...principal, a principal may be composed of a group of persons carrying on a trade or business by way of a partnership, a registered company, or ...
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representation

(from the article `Freud, Sigmund`) ...represented on the manifest level. Displacement also means the associative substitution of one signifier in the dream for another, say, the king ...
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Representation

(N) Representation is the action by which a person substitute another person to do any act on behalf of him for which he was authorized by assuming responsibility for the actions of the representative
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Representation

1) The act of representing -- for example, by serving as agent for another or acting as an attorney for a client. 2) A statement of alleged fact either in negotiations or in court. 3) A process by which an heir inherits in place of a predecessor, called right of representation.
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representation

mental representation noun a presentation to the mind in the form of an idea or image
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Representation

[arts] Representation is the use of signs that stand in for and take the place of something else. It is through representation that people organize the world and reality through the act of naming its elements. Signs are arranged in order to form semantic constructions and express relations. For many philosophers, both ancient and modern, ma...
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Representation

[mathematics] In mathematics, representation is a very general relationship that expresses similarities between objects. Roughly speaking, a collection Y of mathematical objects may be said to represent another collection X of objects, provided that the properties and relationships existing among the representing objects yi conform in some ...
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Representation

[politics] In politics, representation describes how some individuals stand in for others or a group of others, for a certain time period. Representation usually refers to representative democracies, where elected officials nominally speak for their constituents in the legislature. Generally, only citizens are granted representation in the ...
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Representation

[systemics] Representation, from the most general and abstract systemic perspective, relates to a role or function or a property of an abstract or real object, relation or changes. For example, In the case of humans or human-made objects, a representation can be: ...
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Representation

Rep`re·sen·ta'tion noun [ French repr...sentation , Latin representatio .] 1. The act of representing, in any sense of the verb. 2. That which represents. Specifically: (a) A likeness, a picture, or a model; as, a representation of the human face, or fig...
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representation

A letter from management to the auditor representing that the financial statements are fairly presented. The letter is addressed to the independent auditor, and dated at the date of the auditor's report. It is signed by members of management whom the auditor believes are responsible for, and knowledgeable about, matters covered (chief executive off...
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Representation

A representation is a collateral statement, either by writing not inserted in the policy, or by parol, of such facts or circumstances relative to the proposed adventure, as are necessary to be communicated to the underwriters, to enable them to form a just estimate of the risk. A representation, like a warranty, may be either affirmative, as wher.....
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Representation

A representation is a constructed media text
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representation

Government that in theory gives the representatives chosen a wider mandate than that granted to ordinary delegates or to the holders of proxies. Since the end of the 19th century the representative...
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representation

in government, method or process of enabling the citizenry, or some of them, to participate in the shaping of legislation and governmental policy ... [5 related articles]
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Representation

means the way in which a group or issue is presented to an audience. It is a selective version of reality and not necessarily accurate or complete.
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representation

n. 1) the act of being another's agent. 2) acting as an attorney for a client. 3) a statement of alleged fact either in negotiations or in court.
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representation

representation, in government, the term used to designate the means by which a whole population may participate in governing through the device of having a much smaller number of people act on their behalf. Although an elective presidency and even a nonelective monarchy may possess psychological cha...
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Representation

See Legal representation
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representation

the most general word for an object at any stage in its de¬termination by the subject, or for the subjective act of forming the object at that level. The main types of representations are intuitions, concepts and ideas. In the first Critique, the understanding is the dominant faculty in processing representations, while in the third Critique the f...
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Representation

The relationship between actual places, people, events and ideas and the resulting media content. Stereotypes are a common form of media representation. As messages pass through media, they are distorted so that media does not represent reality as much as it re-presents reality.
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Representation

The way in which the media
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