Definition of reflexion in English:

reflexion

Line breaks: re|flex¦ion
Pronunciation: /rɪˈflɛkʃ(ə)n
 
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noun

Archaic spelling of reflection.
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  • In 1618, Galileo explained some visible comets in a fiery work as reflexions of light, so that nobody believed the Jesuit astronomer Grassi, who realised that the comets were flying bodies.
  • In his ‘Concluding reflexions,’ Bateson made no bones about his belief that the ‘existence of Discontinuity in Variation is therefore proof that the accepted hypothesis is inadequate.’
  • By widening the field to include all forms of film experimentation, by tracing a historical line from Marey to today, this book proposes new reflexions.

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