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Pronunciation: [pˈaɹədˌa͡ɪm] (IPA)

The word paradigm refers to a model or a set of assumptions that govern a particular way of looking at the world. There are several synonyms for this word, including framework, prototype, pattern, model, archetype, and mold. Each of these words refers to a way of understanding or approaching a particular concept or idea. For example, a framework is a structure that helps us organize and understand complex systems or concepts, while a prototype is a preliminary or experimental version of something that is being developed. By understanding the various synonyms of the word paradigm, we can more effectively communicate and analyze different ways of thinking and understanding the world around us.

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Usage examples for Paradigm

The proof does not rest on the general assumption, but on a similar assumption confined to the particular case: that case, however, being chosen as a specimen or paradigm of the whole class of cases included in the theorem, there can be no ground for making the assumption in that case which does not exist in every other; and if you deny the assumption as a general truth, you deny the right to make it in the particular instance.
"A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive (Vol. 1 of 2)"
John Stuart Mill
Even if we knew the original power and derivation of every form of every pronoun in a language, it would be far from an easy matter to determine therefrom the paradigm that they should take in grammar.
"The English Language"
Robert Gordon Latham
Her husband grew more and more like his father, punctilious, rigid; a strict observant in religious matters, a pedant in little things, prejudiced against all change; too satisfied to desire improvement, too scrupulously conscientious to permit any retrogression from established rule, a model of the immutability of an ancient aristocracy, a living paradigm of what always had been and a stubborn barrier against all that might be.
"Sant' Ilario"
F. Marion Crawford

Famous quotes with Paradigm

  • A radical inner transformation and rise to a new level of consciousness might be the only real hope we have in the current global crisis brought on by the dominance of the Western mechanistic paradigm.
    Stanislav Grof
  • The materialistic paradigm of Western science has been a major obstacle for any objective evaluation of the data describing the events occurring at the time of death.
    Stanislav Grof
  • And it should be the law: If you use the word "paradigm" without knowing what the dictionary says it means, you go to jail. No exceptions.
    David Jones
  • Rather than being an interpreter, the scientist who embraces a new paradigm is like the man wearing inverting lenses.
    Thomas Kuhn
  • I think there was a sense that the impact was being lost because the audience was so familiar with the form. You combine that with people's attention spans, which are clearly conditioned to be shorter now, and there's a need to vary the paradigm.
    Jim Lampley

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