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Synthesis

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7.0 Introduction
7.1 Thesis Slide Show
7.2 Thesis
7.3 Thesis Summary Chart

thesisize
 

SYLLABICATION:

 The-sis-iz v.   pl. thea·sis-izs (-sz)
PRONUNCIATION:      thea·sis-iz
Definition      1. (v.) To research a subject and write a thesis on that subject.
ETYMOLOGY:

Latin, collection, from Greek, from tithenai, to put; see dh- in Indo-European roots. Senses 5 and 6, Middle English, from Late Latin, lowering of the voice, from Greek, downbeat, from tithenai.]

MEANING: The act of developing a Thesis from the synthesis of contraries to, and analysis of, observations of physical and/or behavioral reality with postulates (the accepted truths to reason on) clearly stated.
FUNCTION: The process of developing conclusions with logical truth value based on verifiable observations of physical and/or behavioral reality.
Example Thesisize the results of your synthesis of the contraries (apposing arguments) to the analysis of the observations of the inner city decline of civilized behavior.

thesis
 

SYLLABICATION:

 The-sis n.   pl. thea·sis-izs (-sz)
PRONUNCIATION:      thea·sis
Definition     thea·sis -  an answer to a question based on propositions that model  physical and behavioral reality that are obtained and  maintained by the observations, analysis and synthesis of and from physical and behavioral reality.
ETYMOLOGY:

Latin, collection, from Greek, from tithenai, to put; see dh- in Indo-European roots. Senses 5 and 6, Middle English, from Late Latin, lowering of the voice, from Greek, downbeat, from tithenai.]

 

thea·sis

[thee-sis] Show IPA
noun, plural thea·ses [thee-seez] Show IPA .  
1. 
a proposition stated or put forward for consideration, especially one to be discussed and proved or to be maintained against objections: He vigorously defended his thesis on the causes of war.
2. a subject for a composition or essay.
3. a dissertation on a particular subject in which one has done original research, as one presented by a candidate for a diploma or degree.
4. Music. the downward stroke in conducting; downbeat. Compare arsis (  def 1 ) .  
5.
Prosody . a. a part of a metrical foot that does not bear the ictus or stress. b. (less commonly) the part of a metrical foot that bears the ictus. Compare arsis (  def 2 ) .  
6. 
Philosophy , See under Hegelian dialectic.
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Origin:
1350a€“1400; Middle English  < Latin  < Greek thésis  a setting down, something set down, equivalent to the-  (stem of tithénai  to put, set down) + -sis -sis
 
1. antithesis, synthesis, thesis  ; 2. dissertation, thesis .
 
Synonyms
1. theory, contention, proposal.
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Hegelian dialectic

noun
an interpretive method, originally used to relate specific entities or events to the absolute idea, in which some assertible proposition (thesis)  is necessarily opposed by an equally assertible and apparently contradictory proposition (antithesis)  the mutual contradiction being reconciled on a higher level of truth by a third proposition (synthesis)
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Hegelian dialectic  (hɪˈɡeɪlɪan, heɪˈɡiː-)
 
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philosophy  an interpretive method in which the contradiction between a proposition (thesis) and its antithesis is resolved at a higher level of truth (synthesis)

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