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Abstraction is method and result of a cognitive action that results in a new entity with a reduced number of properties to describe a real existing object. An abstraction itself ...

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Categories: Epistemology Philosophy

List of collective nouns

While searching the Internet to compose a list of collective nouns, I found that this work has been done already meticulously, so I better list the links only.
  1. Wikipedia's ...

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Contrasting abstraction and generalization

Synonyms: Abstraction vs. Generalization

Abstraction and generalization are two epistemological fauceirs that interpret an object in a more general framework. While abstraction reduces the number of properties, generalization adds new properties. Abstraction is introduced ...

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Categories: Epistemology Psychology

Linguistic construct: "For my part, I ..."

From time to time, when I can afford the time to learn, to improve my English, I browse a little booklet called "Discussing in English". It lists phrases often used ...

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Generalization is method and result of a cognitive process that creates an epistemological fauceir that succinctly describes all possible states of a set of entities. Examples Often generalizations are used ...

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Synonyms: Levtent, levtently

Levtent is an adjective that describes a fauceir that is reluctant to evolve and rather evades all control mechanisms that would force it to improve adaption. Levtent fauceirs are rather ...

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Categories: Philosophy

Vordenker - Mastermind

Synonyms: Mastermind - Vordenker

I'm a great admirer of the English language. While learning it, I always detect new words and expressions. That is new words not in the sense I have not ...

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