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By A. Voltolini

what's depiction? a brand new solution is given to this venerable query through supplying a syncretistic thought of depiction that attempts to mix the benefits of the former theories at the topic whereas shedding their defects. hence, not just perceptual, but in addition either traditional and causal elements give a contribution in making anything an image of anything else.

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