Synthesis

In general, the noun synthesis (from the ancient Greek σύνθεσις, σύν `with` and θέσις `placing`) refers to a combination of two or more entities that together form something new; alternately, it refers to the creating of something by artificial means. The corresponding verb, to synthesize (or synthesise), means to make or form ...
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Synthesis

(from the ancient Greek σύν (with) and θεσις (placing), is commonly understood to be an integration of two or more pre-existing elements which results in a new creation.
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synthesis

(from the article `mathematics`) ...used to solve the equivalent problem derived in the analysis, and, from the solution obtained, the original problem was then solved. In contrast ... ...Other theorists (particularly Gestaltists) stress the view that perceptual organization is physiologically inborn, being inherent in innate ... [2 ...
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synthesis

(Gr. 'a putting together, composition') 1. the artificial building up of a chemical compound, by the union of its elements or from other suitable starting materials. 2. in psychiatry, the integration of the various elements of the personality; the opposite of analysis.
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synthesis

(sin´thә-sis) the creation of an integrated whole by the combining of simpler parts or entities. the formation of a chemical compound by the union of its elements or from other suitable components. in psychiatry, the integration of the various elements of the personality. adj., synthet´ic., a...
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synthesis

[n] - the process of producing a chemical compound (usually by the union of simpler chemical compounds) 2. [n] - the combination of ideas into a complex whole
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Synthesis

• (n.) The combination of separate elements of thought into a whole, as of simple into complex conceptions, species into genera, individual propositions into systems; -- the opposite of analysis. • (n.) The art or process of making a compound by putting the ingredients together, as contrasted with analysis; thus, water is made by synthesi...
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synthesis

synthetic thinking noun the combination of ideas into a complex whole
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synthesis

(literature) In literary plots, the resolving and satisfying of an often complicated pattern of characters and relationships. Synthesis often involves a balancing of the plot, where characters come together and no character is left outside the final union, as in the marriages that conclude Jan...
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Synthesis

[clothing] The synthesis (Greek for something `put together`), probably synonymous with cenatoria, `dinner clothes` (from Latin cena, `dinner`), was a garment or outfit worn in ancient Rome for dining or special occasions such as the Saturnalia. It seems to have been worn by both men and women, and was particularly a fashion of the mid-1st ...
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Synthesis

[journal] From August 2006, selected articles are offered free of charge. The impact factor of this journal is 2.40 (2005). ...
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Synthesis

[magazine] Synthesis is a website, weekly newspaper, and US magazine ({ISSN|1557-282X}) that deals with popular music, movies, technology, and other interests of pop culture. It is owned by Bill Fishkin, who began the newspaper in Chico, California in his apartment. The magazine is known for publishing eclectic information and opinions. The...
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Synthesis

Syn'the·sis noun ; plural Syntheses . [ Latin , a mixture, properly, a putting together, Greek ..., from ... to place or put together; sy`n with + ... to place. See Thesis .] 1. Composition, or the putting of two or more things together, as in compounding medici...
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synthesis

1. <biochemistry, chemistry> The artificial building up of a chemical compound, by the union of its elements or from other suitable starting materials. ... 2. <psychiatry> The integration of the various elements of the personality, the opposite of analysis. ... Origin: Gr. = a putting together, composition ... (19 Jan 1998) ...
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Synthesis

ChemistryThe construction of a compound by the union of elements or simple compounds.
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Synthesis

Combining two dissimilar ideas into one, such as hearing two suggestions from the audience and combining them into a single idea that gets used in the scene. Can be fun.
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Synthesis

Combining two dissimilar ideas into one, such as hearing two suggestions from the audience and combining them into a single idea that gets used in the scene. Can be fun.
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Synthesis

Combining two dissimilar ideas into one, such as hearing two suggestions from the audience and combining them into a single idea that gets used in the scene. Can be fun.
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Synthesis

Formation of a complex product from simpler reactants. For example, water can be synthesized from ox
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Synthesis

In chemistry, synthesis is the construction of a compound by the union of elements or simple compounds.
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synthesis

In chemistry, the formation of a substance or compound from more elementary compounds. The synthesis of a drug can involve several stages from the initial material to the final product; the complexity of these stages is a major factor in the cost of production
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synthesis

In literary plots, the resolving and satisfying of an often complicated pattern of characters and relationships. Synthesis often involves a balancing of the plot, where characters come together and...
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Synthesis

In logic, the general method of deduction or deductive reasoning, which proceeds from the simple to the complex, from the general to the particular, from the necessary to the contingent, from a principle to its application, from a general law to individual cases from cause to effect, from an antecedent to its consequent, from a condition to the c.....
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synthesis

in philosophy, the combination of parts, or elements, in order to form a more complete view or system. The coherent whole that results is considered ... [4 related articles]
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synthesis

integration of two opposing representations into one new repre¬sentation, with a view towards constructing a new level of the object's real¬ity. Philosophy as Critique employs synthesis more than analysis. On the operation of synthesis in the first Critique, see imagination. (Cf. analysis.)
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