Palmer's inability to reach a synthesis in almost any area of his life is what makes him exasperating.
This was code: the Hebrew writers of Zionism were now reprising this Hellenizing genius and synthesis.
First, you must seek a synthesis of love and desire in a single relationship.
This will be your own new trend: synthesis of your evolved consciousness and your old-fashioned conscience.
Almost all Christians, even most textualists, accept the need for exegesis, synthesis, and theological application.
This faculty gives a synthesis for conduct, as Pure Reason gave a synthesis for intelligence.
His Portrait of Tatline is witness to the synthesis that Rayonism represented.
The craving for some unity, some synthesis, some universal meaning in the system of things, is religion.
It resides in the synthesis of details to the end of shaping a complete whole.
Now there is no injustice, no superficiality in this observation; its object is simply parallel to their incapacity for synthesis.
synthesis syn·the·sis (sĭn'thĭ-sĭs)
n. pl. syn·the·ses (-sēz')
The combining of separate elements or substances to form a coherent whole.
Formation of a chemical compound from simpler compounds or elements.
A period in the cell cycle.
The process of deriving (efficient) programs from (clear) specifications.
See also program transformation.