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: general notion.

general notion.

a word or phrase used in propositions purporting to describe real world relationships. concepts are neither true nor false, only more or less useful. (Umpleby )The cognitive meaning of a term and the smallest unit of (conscious) thought processes. concepts are neither true nor false but more or less applicable (a) to recognize an object as an instance of the concept, (see recognition ) (b) to produce or to understand sentences in which the concept is expressed and (c) to develop constructs or cognitive system s using the concept in question. regarding (a) concepts provide decision rules for determining class membership rather than extensional membership lists. E.g., the concept "TV commercial" specifies certain defining features which when present identify a sequence of TV images as an instant of the concept without prior knowledge of its class membership (see connotation ). (Krippendorff )

conceptcon"cept (?), n. [l. conceptus (cf. neut. conceptum fetus), p. p. of concipere to conceive: cf. f. concept. see conceit.] an abstract general conception; a notion; a universal. the words conception, concept, notion, should be limited to the thought of what can not be represented in the imagination; as, the thought suggested by a general term. w. hamilton.concept n : an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances [syn: conception, construct] [ant: misconception]   similar words(1) 

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An abstract general conception; a notion; a universal.  

Noun1. an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances (synonym) conception, construct (hypernym) idea, thought (hyponym) conceptualization, conceptualisation, conceptuality (derivation) gestate, conceive, conceptualize, conceptualise

As the term is used in mainstream cognitive science and philosophy of mind, a concept is an abstract idea or a mental symbol, typically associated with a corresponding representation in and language or symbology.


A semantically evaluable, redeployable constituent of thought , invoked to explain properties of intentional phenomena such as productivity and systematicity . applied to an assortment of phenomena including mental representations, images, words, stereotypes, senses, properties, reasoning abilities, mathematical functions, etc. See nonconceptual content .<Discussion> <References > Chris Eliasmith & Pete Mandik

[L:40] concepts are opposed to intuitions as types of representations. whereas intuitions have their source in the faculty of sensibility (in receptivity), concepts have theirs in the understanding (in spontaneity, as rules for synthesis).Kant also characterizes the distinction between intuitions and concepts as that between intuitive and discursive cognitions--thus when kant claims that we have a discursive intellect, he means that we think through concepts (cp. A19/B33). [The objects in question are appearances.[L:97] among other distinctions (e.g., higher and lower, wider and narrower), kant distinguishes pure concepts (which are also a priori concepts) from empirical concepts (which are also a posteriori). simply put, a pure concept is one which is not "abstracted from" or "drawn from" experience, "but springs from the understanding even as to content". In the Critique, the categories are examples of pure concepts; kant holds that these concepts, at least, are necessary for experience and knowledge. empirical concepts "spring from" actual experience, "from which they have been extracted as to their content".

[A43/B61] In the context of the distinction between clear and confused representations, kant distinguishes "the representation of a body in intuition" from "a concept in the understanding" (exactly why he makes this contrast here is unclear; he denies that appearances are always confused). despite the apparent confusion in our concept of right (an aggregate of "the subtlest speculation we can develop out of it"), kant insists that "`right' can never be an appearance; it is a concept in the understanding, and represents a property (the moral property) of actions, which belong to them in themselves".

the active species of representation, by means of which our understanding enables us to think. By requiring perceptions to conform to the categories, concepts serve as 'rules' allowing us to perceive general relations between representations. (Cf. intuition.)

a mental process grouping similar objectives, events, or people (products and services) into a meaningful cluster or linkage.

an idea or design

Context: Patent 

the earliest, planning stage of an initiative [request for applications (RFA), request for proposals (RFP), or program announcement (PA)]. concepts are brought before the NIAID advisory council for concept clearance. not all concepts cleared by council are published as initiatives depending on the availability of funds. Go to NIAID Concepts. 

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