pragmatization

pragmatization

(ˌpræɡmətaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

pragmatisation

n
the action of putting theory into practice, the process of rendering something more pragmatic
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In the same movement, Catholic sermons reflect a pragmatization of religious narratives.
Would it be less convincing to propose instead that a process of pragmatization is inscribed into the sources, a development that led to the application of a general notion--the idea of "correctness"--to a set of more clearly delimited practical issues?