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- noun the act of reducing to a scheme or formula
- noun providing a chart or outline of a system
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On the other hand, his character-drawing, though always efficient, is seldom if ever masterly; and that "schematisation," on which, as is pointed out in various places of this book, French critics are apt to insist so much, is not always present.
A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 To the Close of the 19th Century George Saintsbury 1889
From this perspective, we might see his “logical” schematisation of the modern
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Redding, Paul 2006
Risking a schematisation of the reality but aiming at sketching out a few analytical routes which permit a more precise intervention in this reality, we can state that a profound restructuring of the economy - but not only - took place at the end of the 70's.