noun, plural syn·the·ses [sin-thuh-seez] /ˈsɪn θəˌsiz/.
Origin of synthesis
Examples from the Web for synthesis
Contemporary Examples of synthesis
Palmer's inability to reach a synthesis in almost any area of his life is what makes him exasperating.Will the Real Jim Palmer Please Stand Up
September 27, 2014
Almost all Christians, even most textualists, accept the need for exegesis, synthesis, and theological application.The Illusory Promise of Apolitical Theology
June 2, 2012
This was code: the Hebrew writers of Zionism were now reprising this Hellenizing genius and synthesis.Israel Must Recognize Israel
May 16, 2012
First, you must seek a synthesis of love and desire in a single relationship.What the Stars Hold for Your Week
Starsky + Cox
June 19, 2011
This will be your own new trend: Synthesis of your evolved consciousness and your old-fashioned conscience.Horoscopes for June 5-11, 2011
Starsky + Cox
June 4, 2011
Historical Examples of synthesis
Master of a complex art, his nature complex, the synthesis was irresistible.Melomaniacs
It would kill those Synthesis girls if they knew how he had been talking to you.
She came to say she could not take the time from the Synthesis to pay me that little visit.
That's why the Synthesis is so good for me; it concentrates me, if it is on a block hand.
They spoke of the Synthesis, and asked her how she liked it, but they did not wait for her to say.
noun plural -ses (-ˌsiːz)
- (in the writings of Kant) the unification of one concept with another not contained in itCompare analysis (def. 7)
- the final stage in the Hegelian dialectic, that resolves the contradiction between thesis and antithesis