traditionalize

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tra·di·tion·al·ize

 (trə-dĭsh′ə-nə-līz′)
tr.v. tra·di·tion·al·ized, tra·di·tion·al·iz·ing, tra·di·tion·al·iz·es
To make traditional.

traditionalize

(trəˈdɪʃənəˌlaɪz) or

traditionalise

vb
to make or become traditional
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This orientation system is manifested in specific symbols (e.g., language, norms, behavioral rules, behavioral scripts) and is traditionalized in every social formation through the process of socialization and enculturation.
[It] becomes either traditionalized or rationalized, or a combination of both." (51)
In the same vein, the author rejects the traditionalized philosophy, that is philosophia perennis, intimately linked to the history of the West and to which Muntu must conform by renouncing his/her own memory, traditions and desires.
To explain the analytical purpose of praxis, I need to distinguish the use of practice as a traditionalized genre in the Latin sense of traditum (and therefore a reference for custom, item, or version in folkloristic rhetoric of cultural practice") versus the theoretical orientation of practice as a perspective and process (traditio).
Velikonja (2003) explored how religious symbols were renewed and 'traditionalized', how they were 'nationalized' and 'politicized', the most frequently used elements of religious inheritance and how these elements are used for the purpose of military operations and ethnic/confessional cleansing policies.
"[Siyavash] made somewhere in the state inhabitable, and he developed it and constructed a palace there that in the province of Turan nobody had had such that, and he engraved the face of his father, Rustam and all the headquarters of Iran on one side and the face of Afrasyab, Garsiwaz and the patriarchs and headquarters of Turan province on the other side and traditionalized customs based on his own tradition and caused many pains and sufferings" (Ibid., 4:55).
That federal system should be a union of the current ten states rather than the traditionalized geographical regions of Bahr El Ghazal, Equatoria and Upper Nile.
A hindrance to achieving the envisioned contextualized and traditionalized pneumatology of inhabitation is the well-known sharp Cartesian dichotomy and the distinction of subject and object in identity philosophy.
The bilateral friendship is not the result of efforts made recently or in some previous decades: on the contrary, it dates back thousands of years, when both ancestors had traditionalized the diplomacies, creating the legacies for today.
In the 1950s, teachers instructed in what is known today as highly traditionalized classrooms.
(9) Jeffrey Alexander and Philip Smith note that for Beck it 'is not shifting cultural expectations, fears, or hopes that intervene between contemporary risks and their perception, but a more accurate, more demanding, less "traditionalized", and less economically constrained form of rational scientific knowledge itself'.
Being part of them, children's games inevitably imitate and perpetuate traditionalized cultural patterns.