Technicological

Related to Technicological: Technological determinism

Tech`ni`co`log´ic`al


a.1.Technological; technical.
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Tort and Technicological Tensions, 64 Notre DAME L.
Interpreting the term [D([x.sup.1], [y.sup.1], [T.sup.1], [Alpha])/D([x.sup.0], [y.sup.0], [T.sup.0], [Alpha])] as a measure of technical efficiency change, this shows that PI[prime] captures both technicological change (through PI) and change in technical efficiency.
A marxist who denied the independent role of political institutions would indeed seem to be perversely Procrustean; but by the same token, an institutionalist who denied that economic and technicological factors might play a crucial and perhaps determinative role "in the last analysis" would have, at the very least, a difficult case to make.