Difference between revisions of "Formalization"

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The translation of a proposition or body of propositions into a more more language, such as that of [[mathematics]] or symbolic logic, usually in order to clarify or explicate the information content, as in the [[matheme]] of [[Lacan]].
 
The translation of a proposition or body of propositions into a more more language, such as that of [[mathematics]] or symbolic logic, usually in order to clarify or explicate the information content, as in the [[matheme]] of [[Lacan]].
  
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The translation of a proposition or body of propositions into a more more language, such as that of mathematics or symbolic logic, usually in order to clarify or explicate the information content, as in the matheme of Lacan.