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Synonyms for synthetical

involving or of the nature of synthesis (combining separate elements to form a coherent whole) as opposed to analysis

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of a proposition whose truth value is determined by observation or facts

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In historical thinking there is not such a thing as an exercise of argumentation without representation and experience, neither the articulation of a historical experience or of a historical representation without a structure of questions, hypothetical ideas and synthetical arguments (are they explicit or implicit).
[Effects of synthetical intervention on family environment in rural schizophrenia].
The secret will be found to be in the making [man] the depository of the powers respecting himself, so far as he is competent to them, and delegating only what is beyond his competence by a synthetical process, to higher and higher orders of functionaries, so as to trust fewer and fewer powers in proportion as the trustees become more and more oligarchical.
Therefore, the limitation to the simple examination of the presence of procedural parts will not be enough - the idea of Bulgaro about Iudicium accipitur actus as minus trium personarum: actoris intendentis, rei intentionem evitantis, iudicis in medio cognoscentis, or, in the famous synthetical form, Iudicium est actus trium personarum: iudicis, actoris et rei, certainly, the inquisition prescinded, from the beginning, in its pure moment, however, the totalitarian impulses are independent of the standard-example of a process without parts, in which all the functions stay exclusively in the hands of the judge.
The dialectical and synthetical relationship of universality and particularity may be suggested in the most general terms.
Their advantage is not only in purification effectiveness, but also in economic feasibility in comparison with some synthetical sorbents.
It is a multilayered investigative, analytical and synthetical project that focuses on the African world; the African world consists of the continent of Africa and its diaspora, while the African Diaspora is constituted by the African-origin communities located outside of the African continent (Okafor, 2013, p.
As Vygotsky (1978) posited, when a learner synthesizes experiences mediated by the cultural tools and artifacts, a synthetical moment occurs as that learner reflects abstractively and is able to conceptualize meaning as a whole.
Many in vitro assays based on spectral characteristics and differential solubility of monomeric heme and [beta]-hematin (synthetic analogue of hemozoin) have been described and used for screening of novel synthetical [31, 32] and natural [33] antimalarial compounds.
Consequently by combining the self-aware and destination-aware utility metric, we design two synthetical metrics to indicate the suitability of a node to be the relay for a certain message, which are employed in the spraying stage and forwarding stage, respectively.
Zhi-Peng, "The enhancing effect of synthetical borneol on the absorption of tetramethylpyrazine phosphate in mouse," International Journal of Pharmaceutics, vol.
NSGA2 is used in the multiobjective TOU pricing optimization in this paper, which aims at obtaining the solution of high synthetical satisfaction degree when taking the multiobjective into consideration.
Synthetical analyses of Tables 1 and 2 show that both CMMF and CMMCF have nice classification performance, that their average CCRs are all more than ninety percent, and that CMMCF excels CMMF appreciably in the total performance.
Pinar (2004) suggests four essential stages of the currere approach: (1) the regressive stage: to return to the past, enlarge one's memories, and transform them to present; (2) the progressive stage: to look toward what is not yet the case and what is not yet present; (3) the analytical stage: to examine "one's distantiation from past and future functions in order to create a subjective space of freedom in the present," and (4) the synthetical stage: to listen carefully to "one's own inner voice in the historical and natural world" to achieve the state of ultimate selfunderstanding, self-reflection, and self-transformation (pp.
Yang, "KFD-based multiclass synthetical discriminant analysis for radar HRRP recognition," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol.