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- adj. Able to be analyzed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That may be analyzed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being analyzed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being partitioned
Of course, this has long been my main area of interest; each of the tens of thousands of chess moves I made during my career was a unique and analyzable decision.
Will works on a team of four disheveled nerds who spend their days analyzing the un-analyzable.
Intelligent business search turns the unstructured, messy, duplicative and rich content available online into an analyzable data set of business ideas, relationships, facts and trends.
The point was to provide an actual, analyzable, empirical case where the thesis-antithesis-synthesis example you provided could be tested.
The argument that HRC can win "swing states" is based on a faulty premise, the premise that the country is analyzable into distinct units, the behavior of which is wholly predictable.
It's possible that the Iranian dialect continuum might also be analyzable in this way, though as I haven't studied it it's hard to say.
If neuroscientists are just calling the same thing by a different name then we can make positive empirically testable statements about the "soul": It is material (conforms to prior knowledge of basic physico-chemical principles), localizable (to patterns of interactions of CNS with its environment), analyzable (is composed of identifiable parts, each subserving a particular function), predictable, and, of course, evolved over billions of yrs.
This condition is that any demonstration of that proposition must be analyzable into a certain canonical form.
Their being in force then might, or might not, be further reducible or analyzable, but not to dispositions for the use of expressions.
Perhaps moral predicates did not refer to properties at all, and perhaps their meaning was not analyzable in non-moral descriptive terms not because they referred to irreducibly moral properties but because, despite appearances, they were not referring expressions at all.
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