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1. The way something seems on the surface, as opposed to some underlying reality.

2. In nonverbal communication, the way someone looks to an observer (e.g. body type, style of dress)—a key feature of initial impression formation and visual stereotyping.

Subjects: Philosophy.

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F. H. Bradley (1846—1924) philosopher

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