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Notebook, 1993-

MODES

Schema

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Generalized Scheme, Diagram, or Plan . . . . A Concept with which to apprehend an object of knowledge or an idea of pure reason . . . . Plan, Design, Contrivance, Devise, Program of action, Pattern, Arrangement . . . . Form

C O N S I D E R:
[The following often "generalized" and usually leading to "apprehension", after which it may function to replace or symbolize the concept or experience and may be used or applied in the process of renewing, re-establishing, re-inventing, extending, transforming, changing, progressing, developing [representations, ideas, forms, etc.]

Scheme - within an association, relationship, arrangement actually or conceptually.

Concept

Form

Design

Plan

Diagram

Map

Statement/Analytical or tabular

Program

Project

Plot

Intrigue


System of correlated things

Manner of arrangment in system of correlated things


To scheme

To devise

To contrive

To lay out

To plan

To plot

To generalize

To conceptualize

To abstract

To represent


R  E  F  E  R  E  N  C  E  S 
Scheme 1. a plan, design, or program of action to be followed; project. 2. an underhanded plot; intrique. 3. a visionary or impractical project. 4. any system of correlated things, or the manner of its arrangement. 5. an analytical or tabular statement. 6. a diagram, map, or the like. 7. an astrological diagram of the heavens. -v.t. 8. to devise as a scheme; plan; plot; contrive. -v.i. 9. to lay schemes, devise plans; plot. [< ML schéma, schémat- < Gk: form, figure] -Syn. 1. see plan. 2. cabal, conspiracy. 4. pattern, schema, arrangement. 8. project. see plot.

Schema 1. a generalized diagram, plan, or scheme. 2. (in Kantian epistemology) a concept, similar to a universal but limited to phenomenal knowledge, by which an object of knowledge or an idea of pure reason may be apprehended. [< Gk: form]

Schematic 1. pertaining to or of the nature of a generalied diagram, plan, or scheme. -n. 2. a generalized diagram or plan.

[Urdang, Laurence, ed. Random House Dictionary of The English Language. New York: Random House,1968.]




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