One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Law. A new, modern, or revived form of conceptualism; specifically the espousal of abstract, generalized principles of law, especially in relation to tort law.
2Art. A movement or style in which emphasis is given to the concept behind a work of art, frequently through the use of unconventional or incongruous media and often in an ironic or shocking manner.
1980s. From neo- + conceptualism. Compare neo-conceptual.
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