ANALYSIS BY SYNTHESIS

any standard of data management which postulates that both procedures driven by data and those drive by ideas actually participate in the acknowledgement and comprehension of a sense stimulator. It is proposed that such postulations are intertwined specifically with the comprehension of conversation or the understanding of language- the individual first examines the tangible features and component aspects of a stimulant and second, decides which data are important from the formative examination and compiles it into an interior interpretation or understanding of what the stimulant may actually be. Said interior interpretation is contrasted with the stimulant's introduction. Following such, if the two are alike, the it can be said that the stimulant is acknowledged, but if not, other interpretations must be compiled and examined till an alike stimulant is discovered.

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