Definition of Explication. Meaning of Explication. Synonyms of Explication

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Explication. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Explication and, of course, Explication synonyms and on the right images related to the word Explication.

Definition of Explication

No result for Explication. Showing similar results...

Misexplication
Misexplication Mis*ex`pli*ca"tion, n. Wrong explication.

Meaning of Explication from wikipedia

- implicit explicit. The expression of "explication" is used in both analytic philosophy and literary theory. Explication can be regarded as a scientific process...
- Explicate can refer to: Explication, in analytic philosophy and literary theory, the "unfolding" and "making clear" the meaning of things Explicature...
- Explicator may refer to: something or someone that explicates Explicator verb The Explicator, a journal of literary criticism...
- The Explicator is a quarterly journal of literary criticism. Current owner Routledge acquired the journal from Heldref Publications in 2009. It mainly...
- signatae (introduction on clefs) V/5 1720-01-22 Klavierbüchlein WFB, p. 3b: Explication... (introduction on ornaments) V/5 1720 (WFB) Klavierbüchlein WFB No...
- Explication de Texte is a French formalist method of literary analysis that allows for limited reader response, similar to close reading in the English-speaking...
- substances (New System of Nature) 1700. Accessiones historicae 1703. Explication de l'Arithmétique Binaire (Explanation of Binary Arithmetic); Gerhardt...
- Implicate order and explicate order are ontological concepts for quantum theory coined by theoretical physicist David Bohm during the early 1980s. They...
- this list. Moreover, modern day evangelists, such as Billy Graham have explicated the seven deadly sins. Most of the capital sins, with the sole exception...
- literature, with history, geography, philosophy or mathematics treated as explications of the text. With the rise of Augustus, contemporary Latin authors such...
Loading...