Example The Natural Selection Charles Darwin d Rules and Aphorisms which often

Example the natural selection charles darwin d rules

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Example: The Natural Selection (Charles Darwin). d) Rules and Aphorisms: which often encapsulates sound ideas. Example: Think before you act. e) Metaphors, images and themes: which bring arcane ideas to life by giving them a graphic element.. f) Embodiments without words: works of art, like Guernica (Picasso). g) Theories: which put together different concepts. h) Metatheories: It brings theories into one structured whole.
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There are four essential components of any good synthesis: 1) A goal: It means what you are trying to get when you are synthesizing something. 2) A starting point: you don’t need to start everything from the beginning without any kind of help. You can learn from previous work to build your synthesis. 3) Selection of approach: It’s like a business plan when you choose your strategy. 4) Drafts and feedback: It’s important to get advices and feedbacks from other people about our synthesis so we will be able to improve it. Interdisciplinary syntheses ask people trying to grasp more than one disciplinary, and people mix up different disciplinary to finish tasks that cannot be done by only one disciplinary. To make Interdisciplinary syntheses work well people should have the way
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