Some articles on concept represented, concepts:
... Brentano argued that we can join the concept represented by a noun phrase "an A" to the concept represented by an adjective "B" to give the concept represented by the noun phrase "a B-A" ... Hence the copula must do more than merely join or separate concepts ...
Famous quotes containing the words represented and/or concept:
“Magnitudes are algebraically represented by letter, men by men of letters, and so on.”
—Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (18321898)
“Terror is as much a part of the concept of truth as runniness is of the concept of jam. We wouldnt like jam if it didnt, by its very nature, ooze. We wouldnt like truth if it wasnt sticky, if, from time to time, it didnt ooze blood.”
—Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)