Thesis

A thesis or dissertation is a document submitted in support of candidature for an academic degree or professional qualification presenting the author`s research and findings. In some contexts, the word `thesis` or a cognate is used for part of a bachelor`s or master`s course, while `dissertation` is normally applied to a doctorate, while in...
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Thesis

(1) In an essay, a thesis is an argument, either overt or implicit, that a writer develops and suppo
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thesis

(from the article `arsis and thesis`) in prosody, respectively, the accented and unaccented parts of a poetic foot. Arsis, a term of Greek origin meaning `the act of raising or lifting` ...
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Thesis

(Gr. thesis) In Aristotle's logic (1) an undemonstrated proposition used as a premiss in a syllogism, sometimes distinguished from axiom in that it need not be self-evident or intrinsically necessary; (2) any proposition contrary to general opinion but capable of being supported by reasoning. See Antithesis, Dialectic, Synthesis. -- G.R.M.
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thesis

[n] - an unproved statement put forward as a premise in an argument
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Thesis

• (n.) An affirmation, or distinction from a supposition or hypothesis. • (n.) The depression of the voice in pronouncing the syllables of a word. • (n.) The part of the foot upon which such a depression falls. • (n.) Hence, an essay or dissertation written upon specific or definite theme; especially, an essay presented by a can...
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thesis

noun an unproved statement put forward as a premise in an argument
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Thesis

[goddess] Thesis (Greek Θέσις Thesis) is a Primordial Goddess of Creation in Greek mythology. She is sometimes thought to be the child of Chaos, and emerged with Hydros. It is believed that she and her sibling created the world Gaia and the waters that surround her, or either that cooperated with Chaos in the process. She is sometimes ...
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Thesis

[representative body] Thesis is an interdisciplinary German network of young scientists, current and former PhD students in or with some relation to Germany. Thesis is a founding member of the European network of PhD students Eurodoc. ...
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Thesis

[typeface] Thesis is a large typeface family designed by Lucas de Groot. The typefaces were designed between 1994 and 1999 to provide a modern humanist corporate font. Each typeface is available in a variety of weights as well as in italic. Thesis fonts have become popular and can be seen in various publications or logotypes. The range of w...
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Thesis

The'sis noun ; plural Theses . [ Latin , from Greek ..., from ... to place, set. See Do , and confer Anathema , Apothecary , Epithet , Hypothesis , Parenthesis , Theme , Tick a cover.] 1. A position or proposition which...
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Thesis

A dissertation embodying results of original research and substantiating a specific view. Usually su
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thesis

A proposition that is maintained by argument; A hypothetical proposition, especially one put forth without proof....
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thesis

A proposition to be proved in an essay.
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Thesis

A written piece of work required for a degree.
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thesis

an unproved statement advanced as a premise in an argument
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thesis

an unproved statement advanced as a premise in an argument
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Thesis

In music the thesis is the accented part of the measure, expressed by the downward beat.
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thesis

Latin, meaning: proposition, thesis.
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thesis

Origin: L, fr. Gr, fr. To place, set. See Do, and cf. Anathema, Apothecary, Epithet, Hypothesis, Parenthesis, Theme, Tick a cover. ... 1. A position or proposition which a person advances and offers to maintain, or which is actually maintained by argument. ... 2. Hence, an essay or dissertation written upon specific or definite theme; especially, a...
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thesis

proposition, thesis.
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Thesis

See also DISSERTATION (197) A position or proposition that a person, often as a candidate for scholastic honours, advances and offers to maintain by argument
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Thesis

The major claim or premise made in an argument to be proved or dis-proved.
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thesis

thesis 1. An unproved statement put forward as a premise in an argument; a proposition advanced as an argument. 2. A dissertation based on original research, especially as work toward an academic degree. Other words for long research papers include: 'treatise, dissertation, monograph, disquisition, research, essay', or 'investigation'. 3. A trea...
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thesis

Type: Term Pronunciation: thē′sis, -sēz Definitions: 1. Any theory or hypothesis advanced as a basis for discussion. 2. A proposition submitted by the candidate for a doctoral degree in some universities, which must be sustained by argument against any objections offered. 3. An essay on a medical topic prepared by the graduating stu...
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