Meaning: tr
örnek, numune; çekim örneği; dizi
A paradigm is something you think about before you think about it.
The reduction of subsidies to the Cultural Heritage sector requires the adoption of a new paradigm.
I remember the time when the Germans called the Euro "Esperantogeld" to mean that it would never happen. Of course, none of the people who said that would admit it today. It's the peculiarity of paradigms to seem so natural that one cannot imagine having lived in a different paradigm, even an opposite one, in the past.
It's a binary world; the computer might be his paradigm. And many engineers seem to aspire to be binary people within in.
My neighbour thinks that people do not know what to expect in increased awareness of outer space because it could cause a paradigm shift in society.
Studying a table of Russian paradigms, Mary unconsciously knitted her brows and scratched her head. She marvelled that most Russian six-year-olds master the noun declensions with little apparent effort.
We need to postulate a completely different paradigm to explain all these phenomena.
You just need time to adjust to the new paradigm.
Translation is the paradigm, the exemplar of all writing. It is translation that demonstrates most vividly the yearning for transformation that underlies every act involving speech, that supremely human gift.
Added on 2016-02-11 | by m1gin | View: 561

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