Definitions for "Symbolism"
The act of symbolizing, or the state of being symbolized; as, symbolism in Christian art is the representation of truth, virtues, vices, etc., by emblematic colors, signs, and forms.
A system of symbols or representations.
A late 19th Century art movement that would use a material object to represent something sacred or immaterial. A good example would be a lamb as a symbol of Christ. Principle exponents include Moreau, Redon, Gauguin, and Rodin.
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the systematic use of recurrent symbols or images in a work to create an added level of meaning. Example: most of the characters and incidents in Melville's Moby Dick can be interpreted symbolically. Similarly, the raft, the river, the towns, and "the territory" combine to provide a pattern of symbolic meaning in Twain's Huckleberry Finn.
a neurological network set up to cope with the polyego predicament
Keywords:  creeds, science
The science of creeds; symbolics.
The practice of using symbols, or the system of notation developed thereby.
words or images used to convey other meaning to an audience
Attributing symbolic meanings or significance to objects, events or relationships.
A combining together of parts or ingredients.