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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of mathematicize.

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Examples

  • As readers, then, we are refugees from the flood of contemporaneous mathematicized homogeneity.

    RiP

  • While mathematicized treatments are all to the good, remember what Hawking was told: each equation cuts your sales in half, alas.

    Easterbrook on Dawkins - The Panda's Thumb

  • By some as yet obscure personages in Egypt in the early second century B.C. the microcosm-macrocosm thesis was mathematicized and, in conjunction with the methods of utilizing celestial omens at the moment of

    ASTROLOGY

  • Enraptured by the pseudo-proofs of mathematicized economics, they sacrificed stability, which benefits the nation, for efficiency, which, as it turns out, only benefits the rich.

    Firedoglake

  • As economics became more and more mathematicized, it became more and more standard to think of each market as having a price that cleared the market.

    Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Economics, especially in its mathematicized form, purveys a peculiar vision of society.

    Powell's Books: Overview

  • Sorman’s work begins with the scientistic (and flawed) notion that economics has now become a true “objective” (i.e. mathematicized) science...

    The validity claim of the subjective is sincerity. Lies have to do with subjectivity

  • Sorman’s work begins with the scientistic (and flawed) notion that economics has now become a true “objective” (i.e. mathematicized) science...

    Archive 2008-08-01

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