technicalize

technicalize

(ˈtɛknɪkəˌlaɪz) or

technicalise

vb (tr)
to make technical
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In the case before us, to merely technicalize the issue of whether a foundling like Grace Poe is a natural-born citizen is to fall into the pharisaical error of upholding the letter of the law, while neglecting the substance of the law-matters of justice, fair play and morals-the kind that delicately resists resorting to unseemly maneuvers in one's march to power.
Only when Muslims explicitly accept the Western model will they be in a position to technicalize and then to develop.
John Travolta in Brian DePalma's Blowout is emotionally mangled despite his efforts to technicalize his investigation and distance himself through his electronic expertise.
Elected officials are reluctant to give support when they view it as a ploy by bureaucrats to "technicalize" their operations and thereby avoid legislative scrutiny (Kettl 1994).
As such, it technicalizes a divide that is not actually technical but part of a larger divide relating to more structural inequalities (Parayil, 2005).
Neo-liberalism is understood here as a political rationality that technicalizes public issues and debates, such as the political direction of the gateway.
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