from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of theorize.
- n. The formation of theories.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of forming a theory or theories; speculation.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Also if a theorizer calls his/herself a feminist does that automatically mean that all of his/her theorizing is feminist?
Fortunately, no such complicated theorizing is necessary in the real world.
What blows away even your feeble theorizing is that, of the 40 Senators from the 20 smallest states, 17 are Democrats: there is no partisan bias that favors either party from the smaller states.
Note 56: Nevertheless, it is significant that several founding members of early gay organizations, such as the Mattachine Society, were members or former members of the Communist Party; their experiences as Communists in theorizing and organizing against class and race oppression provided a framework for theorizing and organizing against their own oppression as gays in the 1950s.
As much as I adore the 50-cent words I always find here, I think the scientific theorizing is even hotter.
This is what happens when theorizing from the works of others overtakes experience.
Rivero's theorizing is the worst - and potentially the most dangerous.
Jeebus, the number of times that info has been put right in front of LOST fans faces and they either don’t believe it or go off on pointless theorizing is mind boggling.
I don’t know enough about it one way or another to know the truth, but given the huge torrent of hate that flows from the likes of LGF or TownHall each day, to grow indignant at this relatively benign piece of theorizing is mystifying.
I find the social mechanisms approach you've been outlining on this blog to be really interesting and useful, and I'm very open to the idea of theorizing social processes in that way.
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