from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The methods of the ‘machine’ in party politics, in the United States.
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A decisive factor in the long-run success of human machinism was Darwinian biology and the new orien - tations that it provoked in psychology.
Nineteenth-century philosophy mirrored or con - firmed, albeit in a minor key, the standpoint of human machinism.
In a related issue, sources say disagreement between the Defense and Interior ministries on the machinism of naturalizing and supervising the file of Bedoun military men who participated in Arab wars and receive pension from Public Authority for Social Security (PASS) led to delay in their naturalization, reports Al-Shahid daily.
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