syntheticism

syntheticism

(sɪnˈθɛtɪˌsɪzəm)
n
a synthetic nature or approach
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syntheticism

the principles or practice of synthesis or synthetic methods or techniques, i.e., the process of deductive reasoning, as from cause to effect, from the simple elements to the complex whole, etc.
See also: Logic
the principles or practice of synthesis or synthetic methods or techniques.
See also: Joining, Philosophy, Thinking
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As distant as possibly imaginable from that syntheticism that Marinetti would put forward as the fundamental characteristic of Futurist dramaturgy a short decade later, it is rather a sort of melting pot, to stay with the cookery metaphor on which the whole play is founded, in which the author stirs a number of themes from his previous poetic and critical production without necessarily blending them successfully.
The syntheticism does much to nudge Pederson's project from wispiness to a more trenchant expression of uncertainty, with a surprising degree of staying power.
The English language has a word that designates this iconographic condensation: syntheticism. See M.