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  • n. Plural form of conceptualization.


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  • The difference between the thinking of the paranoid patient and the scientist comes from the latter's ability and willingness to test out his fantasies or grandiose conceptualizations through the systems of checks and balances science has established -- and to give up those schemes that are shown not to be valid on the basis of these scientific checks.

    Idiot America

  • Hmmm … People these days often reject their ability to learn new things because they buy into these false left-brain/right-brain or visual/auditor/kinastethic conceptualizations.

    L is for Learning Styles « An A-Z of ELT

  • Many of the projects and conceptualizations of PAR focus on indigenous communities, highlighting the ways in which some indigenous cultures "have managed to maintain and reproduce social relations and practices that effectively constitute organic forms of PAR that are specific to the indigenous cultures that generate them."

    Donna Nevel: Participatory Action Research and Organizing for Justice

  • In other words, Gilchrist feels that different conceptualizations of God and varying extents of belief will largely determine the response, which "could go either way."

    Shira Hirschman Weiss: 'Are You There God? It's Me, Jobless'

  • Is it your contention that the only conceptualizations of race and masculinity that the audience can legitimately interpret from say, Bad Boy II, are the ones that Michael Bay has thought particularly about and explicitly expressed?

    Matthew Yglesias » Fight Club

  • I mentioned biological phenomenon which I think are products of abstract conceptualizations.

    Conceptualizing Design

  • I still tend to parentalize the poor, though I no longer believe the American conceptualizations of democracy and human rights are superior to all other peoples, or that the world should progress at the rate I determine.

    Michael Fairbanks: Nothing Good Comes Out of Africa

  • While courts and legal advocates have concerned themselves primarily with the first of these conceptualizations of privacy, service providers and victims deal more directly with the second.

    'Trivial Complaints:' The Role of Privacy in Domestic Violence Law and Activism in the U.S.

  • But in neither the conceptualizations of Aristotle, nor Marx, nor anyone in between, was class warfare a one-way street of envious outrage against success or standing.

    Stuart Whatley: Obama and the English Language

  • But in Bantu descendant languages from the later proto-Mashariki period and later, it appears that people had broad conceptualizations of those spirits, often identifying particular spirit types.

    Societies, Religion, and History: Central East Tanzanians and the World They Created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE


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