formularistic

formularistic

(ˌfɔːmjʊləˈrɪstɪk)
adj
relating to formularization
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Experienced, old school painter Art--or Arthur as he likes to be called--doesn't think that little wannabe-artist Max can really come up with something equally amazing, but he's in for a surprise when Max shows him what he can do, and that art is definitely not just about being predictable and formularistic.
When Marx came to doing his own interpretations, his major historical essays - particularly The Eighteenth Brumaire, Class Struggles in France, The Civil War in France - you don't find any formularistic thinking.
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