- nominal + -ization (Wiktionary)
“Creating a noun out of a verb is called ‘nominalization’.”
“Geoff: Is the linguistic phenomenon of nominalization connected much to the ontological phenomenon if reification?”
“A style teacher I had a long time ago placed great emphasis on being aware of the use of nominalization — making nouns into verbs — as a means of avoiding wordiness.”
“By the way, verb nominalization is the process that goes the other way.”
“Malament 1982 had objected that the obstacles to the nominalization of phase-space theories in Hamiltonian mechanics seemed insuperable.”
“If Austin is right about this, then the nominalization “the agent's moving of his leg” should be correspondingly ambiguous, with a second reading that denotes a certain leg movement, a movement the agent has performed.”
“Similarly one could regard “consciousness” as referring to a component or aspect of reality that manifests itself in conscious states and creatures but is more than merely the abstract nominalization of the adjective “conscious” we apply to them.”
“Others take it to show that although both expressions are related to the same thing, the property honesty, they are related to by different semantic relations; for example, the nominalization denotes this property, whereas the predicate expresses it.”
“What is the nominalization of the French verb "lire"?”
“Batchelor's claim is that where the Buddha originally presented four noble "tasks," this version presents four noble "truths" (i.e., claims or dogmas; hence the nominalization).”
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Start with the effect, the what; signal-patch known-belief spirit. "Write my program, routine me." New cue vs brand loyalty. Ritual Ceremony Design Technologies, Inc.
Just another arbitrary list of words that come up for me today, June 20 2007
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