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- n. the act of reducing to a scheme or formula
- n. providing a chart or outline of a system
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On the other hand, his character-drawing, though always efficient, is seldom if ever masterly; and that "schematisation," on which, as is pointed out in various places of this book, French critics are apt to insist so much, is not always present.
From this perspective, we might see his “logical” schematisation of the modern
Risking a schematisation of the reality but aiming at sketching out a few analytical routes which permit a more precise intervention in this reality, we can state that a profound restructuring of the economy - but not only - took place at the end of the 70's.