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Their formalism, which they published in Theory in Biosciences in March, is based on three axioms.
WHAT IS AN INDIVIDUAL? BIOLOGY SEEKS CLUES IN INFORMATION THEORY.JORDANA CEPELEWICZJULY 16, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
Broadly speaking, these divide themselves into two main branches, the Formalistic and the Naturalesque.
THE BOOK OF TEAKAKUZO OKAKURA
The Formalistic schools, led by the Ikenobos, aimed at a classic idealism corresponding to that of the Kano-academicians.
THE BOOK OF TEAKAKUZO OKAKURA
We should like to call this school the Natural in contradistinction to the Naturalesque and Formalistic schools.
THE BOOK OF TEAKAKUZO OKAKURA
He fancied that he could preserve the element which he has called "art-formalistic" and yet reach dramatic verity.
RICHARD WAGNER HIS LIFE AND HIS DRAMASW. J. HENDERSON
In a dry, formalistic way, Primrose asked: "My dear brother, are you prepared for the great change!"
LETTERS OF PEREGRINE PICKLEGEORGE P. UPTON
But work purely formalistic is not common in the St. Matthew Passion.
MUSIC IN THE HISTORY OF THE WESTERN CHURCHEDWARD DICKINSON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO FORMALISTIC

  • ceremonious
  • conscientious
  • conscionable
  • conventional
  • exact
  • formal
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  • fussy
  • good eye
  • heedful
  • meticulous
  • nice
  • observant
  • overconscientious
  • overscrupulous
  • painstaking
  • particular
  • persnickety
  • precise
  • proper
  • punctual
  • right on
  • scrupulous
  • strict
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