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formulate in regular order

give conventional form to

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Evans 2013; 2009; Popova 2005), were it not for its visual bias placing an unwarranted constraint on schematized iconicity (Fauconnier and Turner 2002; Finke 1990; 1989; Johnson, 2005; 1987; Kosslyn et al.
From a narratological perspective, it has argued that this scandalous bestowal is a normal effect of first-person-narration-induced narrative empathy which, however, can be only ephemeral in the face of abundant textually schematized clues of narratorial unreliability.
It is also expected that student can easily see their differences and apply their solution of a problem to other problems with appropriate modification, through which they might abstract the solution to form conceptual understanding and schematized knowledge.
Popper has indeed carried forward the neo-Kantian project in his later work as he actually schematized in The Two Fundamental Problems: by explaining how knowledge is possible or how science succeeds: "Science is our farthest outpost, it is the pioneer of adaptation; therefore it has to be exposed to the process of selection.
The scope of the book may be roughly schematized as an investigation of four related questions or imperatives: 1.
This article considers the significance of Kant's schematized categories in the Critique of Pure Reason for contemporary metaphysics.
2] kinetic response would result, as schematized in Figure 1b.
c) Satire of the social mind can become schematized in dystopias, or in realistic portraits of human types, classes, communities, or nations as mediocre, dysfunctional, or vicious.
When assessing a mathematical model, a real phenomenon is simplified, schematized and the scheme obtained is expressed in dependence on the phenomenon complexity by means of a selected mathematical apparatus.
The behavior of an irradiated stem-cell population can be schematized (Figure 1).
Some of the main characters feel overly schematized (the ineffectual ex-husband, the disturbed son) causing the film, at times, to appear underwritten.
His readings are sometimes dubious, asserting, for instance, that the apostles on the Moone cross are 'highly schematized identical figures', whereas the faces are in fact all distinctly individual, as Henderson argues elsewhere.
Figure 4 shows schematized principles of the production of a conventional hose and a Corpo reinforced hose, respectively.
Courtmanche's schematized treatment of representations of Adam, Eve, and Satanic figures enables him to discover patterns of characterization and development of themes but produces a kind of rigidity of interpretation that sometimes leaves out of account Hawthorne's pioneering achievements in psychology.