theorizer


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the·o·rize

 (thē′ə-rīz′, thîr′īz)
v. the·o·rized, the·o·riz·ing, the·o·riz·es
v.intr.
To formulate theories or a theory; speculate.
v.tr.
To propose a theory about.

the′o·ri·za′tion (-ər-ĭ-zā′shən) n.
the′o·riz′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.theorizer - someone who theorizes (especially in science or art)
artistic creation, artistic production, art - the creation of beautiful or significant things; "art does not need to be innovative to be good"; "I was never any good at art"; "he said that architecture is the art of wasting space beautifully"
science, scientific discipline - a particular branch of scientific knowledge; "the science of genetics"
intellectual, intellect - a person who uses the mind creatively
Translations

theorizer

[ˈθɪəraɪzəʳ] Nteorizante mf

theorizer

nTheoretiker(in) m(f)
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Perhaps that was a more cheerful time for observers and theorizers than the present; we are apt to think it the finest era of the world when America was beginning to be discovered, when a bold sailor, even if he were wrecked, might alight on a new kingdom; and about 1829 the dark territories of Pathology were a fine America for a spirited young adventurer.
It's these reactionaries who most intrigue Mishra, whether they're German and Japanese volkisch philosophers laying the groundwork for World War II, or Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, the twentieth-century Indian theorizer of modern Hindu nationalism who was directly or indirectly responsible for the assassination of Gandhi.
Obama is a theorizer who feels much more comfortable in the ivory tower of a university than facing the ugly and complicated real world.
Given this, pre-service teachers do not identify themselves in the holistic role of a language teacher as would be expected: theorizer, methodologist, researcher, ITC user, and analyst of the language.
The status of citizen of the world (cosmopolites) that Diogenes, the main theorizer of the Cynic school, claimed for himself, also presupposed being free from all social constraints and having unlimited freedom of expression (parrhesia).
Coolquitt is at base a committed devotee of stuff--what its most acute modern theorizer, Martin Heidegger, referred to as Zeug, a slippery word that sometimes ends up being rendered as "equipment"--and the Austin-based artist's unusual skills as a bricoleur stem from his willingness to follow various materials where they lead, even as he continually imagines some other form of presence into which they might be encouraged to emerge.
Moments of lengthy internal monologue posted by certain audience members expressing ideas were attributed to the Theorizer role.
We may be confronting here an instance of the ambivalence that Michael Ragussis believes pervades Lawrence's text: "The novel is a warning that all hypotheses, like the words that are their signs, may fall from the single meaning the theorizer intends for them" (185).
We knew each other's thinking around our claimed identities of woman, mother, theorizer, lesbian (Jill), writer (Teri).
Appropriately, at least from my perspective, Dean Scott's commentary capped the entire set of papers and presentations by highlighting the tension between the scientific inquiry of the theorizer and moral normativity of the "wise man.
Jean Bodin, the original theorizer of the sovereignty principle, insists that the sovereign is "the earthly image" of God, "the great sovereign," who, by his love commandments, commands peacefulness in Christian Europe.
6) They included a classical scholar, the Turkish translator of Homer, two prominent painters, a political philosopher, and a socialist theorizer.