gestalt definition

  • noun:
    • A physical, biological, psychological, or symbolic configuration or pattern of elements so unified as a whole that its properties cannot be produced from a straightforward summation of their parts.
    • an accumulation physical, biological, emotional or symbolic organizations that creates a unified idea, configuration or pattern which is more than the sum its components (of a character, personality, or becoming)
    • form, form
    • a configuration or design of elements therefore unified overall that it can not be described just as a sum of their parts
    • A physical, biological, psychological, or symbolic configuration or design of elements so unified as a whole that its properties may not be produced from a straightforward summation of the components.
    • a physical, biological, mental, or symbolic configuration or structure of elements therefore unified overall that its properties cannot be derived from a simple summation of its parts.
    • A physical, biological, emotional, or symbolic setup or structure of elements so unified as a whole that its properties can not be produced from a straightforward summation of the parts.
    • an accumulation real, biological, mental or symbolic entities that creates a unified concept, configuration or pattern which can be greater than the sum of its components (of a character, character, or becoming)
    • an accumulation real, biological, mental or symbolic organizations that creates a unified concept, setup or pattern that will be greater than the sum of its parts (of a character, character, or being)
    • shape, type
    • form, form
    • a configuration or structure of elements therefore unified as a whole it may not be described merely as a sum of their parts
    • a configuration or structure of elements so unified as a whole that it can not be described just as a sum of their components
    • A collection of real, biological, psychological or symbolic entities that creates a unified idea, configuration or pattern which can be more than the sum of the its components (of a character, character, or being)
    • form, type
    • a configuration or pattern of elements so unified as a whole that it can not be described simply as a sum of its parts
    • A physical, biological, mental, or symbolic configuration or design of elements so unified in general that its properties may not be produced from an easy summation of its parts.
    • A collection of physical, biological, emotional or symbolic entities that produces a unified concept, setup or pattern which can be more than the sum of its components (of a character, personality, or becoming)
    • A physical, biological, mental, or symbolic setup or structure of elements so unified in general that its properties cannot be produced by a simple summation of their components.
    • shape, form
    • A collection of actual, biological, mental or symbolic organizations that produces a unified idea, configuration or design that is greater than the sum of the its parts (of a character, personality, or being)
    • form, form
    • a configuration or design of elements so unified all together it can not be described merely as a sum of the components
    • a configuration or pattern of elements so unified overall it can't be explained simply as a sum of the components

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