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formalize

verb conventionalize, form, give form to, give formal approval to, give formal status to, legalize, legitimatize, make formal, make official, make valid, ritualize, shape, solemnize, validate
Associated concepts: formalize an agreement
See also: authorize, characterize, codify, define, formulate, frame, record
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De este modo, las predicciones que se desprenden del marco teorico se aplican tambien a los fenomenos de contacto: asi como la variacion sistematica entre las lenguas es formalizable, las transferencias no son hechos aislados y caoticos, sino que pueden ubicarse en propiedades gramaticales bien definidas.
Somos cuerpos socializados, desde la cuna, mucho mas que sujetos racionales, abstractos, portadores de conocimiento formalizable.
Scientific language] is irreducibly metaphorical and inexact, and formalizable only at the cost of distortion of the historical dynamics of scientific development and of the imaginative constructions in terms of which nature is interpreted by science.
There is no algorithmic "scientific method," no formal, or formalizable, procedure available to all scientists and only to scientists, which, faithfully followed, guarantees success, or even progress.
formalizable, repeatable data points representing operational knowledge, skill sets, and material mastery-Socrates is indeed an abject failure.
En realidad, tras esa legalidad mas o menos formalizable, hay una complejidad de relaciones, densidad de significados y especificidad cultural, que se han gestado de un modo lento y colectivo en la historia gracias al esfuerzo creador de los actores movidos por una voluntad de supervivencia que ha encarado con lucidez necesidades fisicas y espirituales, morales y cognitivas, sociales, afectivas y esteticas.
Lopsided, his body cannot be boiled down to symmetries, is not formalizable into a code, into a reproducible particle structure; the body remains particular because its "particles" have not been identified.
Some of these questions, I believe, are sufficiently formalizable that a new track could be developed for them in the International Planning Competitions.
On this respect I agree with the author, but what I am not in accordance is that he considers that the problem is that there are too many topics which are principally no formalizable, while in reality what it happens is not the impossibility of formalization but that the mathematics being used are not the adequate existing more and nicer mathematics which may permit to formalize all these topics, and finally if it would not be possible (i.
Por ejemplo, si la consciencia tiene una impronta no algoritmica, un ingrediente que no puede ser programado ni predicho, se plantearia una dificultad para la teorizacion cientifica en la psicologia, puesto que una parte de su objeto de estudio no seria formalizable.