technologize

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tech·nol·o·gize

 (tĕk-nŏl′ə-jīz′)
tr.v. tech·nol·o·gized, tech·nol·o·giz·ing, tech·nol·o·giz·es
To modify or affect by technology; make technological.

technologize

(tɛkˈnɒləˌdʒaɪz) or

technologise

vb (tr)
to make technological
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Through the "Green Economy", an attempt is being made to technologise, financialise, privatise and commodify all of the Earth's resources and living processes.
Dans cet environnement de classe technologise pour l'exercice en autonomie, bien qu'ils ne soient pas debout, les corps sont disposes dans l'espace de maniere plus << libre >>.
Ce qui est sous-entendu dans l'emploi de ces termes Un-State/Un-Society, c'est le potentiel d'inhumanite organisee du capitalisme globalise et technologise.
14) La calligraphie est une pratique ancestrale encore a l'honneur aujourd'hui dans un Japon pourtant aussi tres technologise.
Commercial interests though are conspiring to technologise it and undermine the immediacy of cycling.
Similar to walking but much easier to technologise.
Enfin, je montrerai, dans un troisieme paragraphe a contenu ethique, que c'est toute la culture occidentale contemporaine qui est mise en proces a travers les biotechnologies, notre culture telle qu'elle fonctionne dans un univers hautement technologise fonde sur la maitrise du << code de la vie >>, dans une economie neoliberale orientee vers la conquete de nouveaux marches a l'echelle du monde et dans un monde domine par le savoir des experts.
Further, directly associated with the project to technologise education are increasing inequities, typical of a market environment.
They need to look carefully, in focused and systematic ways, at both the federal government's back-to-basics initiatives and the state governments' project to technologise schools.
In a similar vein, some of Franca Rame's monologues satirically attack the misogynistic culture that shackles, technologises, cuts, lifts, colours, and imprisons women's bodies in order to render them sufficiently "feminine": see especially "Alice nel paese senza meraviglie" and "Ho fatto la plastica.
Rather, the 21st-century cyborgian hand rests on a mouse, in the grip of panoptic software that technologises classroom management, while silently divesting the teacher of the pedagogical relations that once defined her everyday teacherly practices.
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