Noun(1) systematic arrangement of all the inflected forms of a word(2) a standard or typical example(3) the class of all items that can be substituted into the same position (or slot, are in paradigmatic relation with one another(4) the generally accepted perspective of a particular discipline at a given time
(1) He says a creative leap is a new pattern, a new paradigm , a new way of organizing information and energy that has nothing to do with the previous pattern.(2) According to the neoclassical paradigm of economic theory, production conditions are basically the same everywhere.(3) society's paradigm of the ├ö├ç├┐ideal woman├ö├ç├û(4) there is a new paradigm for public art in this country(5) the discovery of universal gravitation became the paradigm of successful science(6) Chinese has no case distinctions or gender distinctions in the inflectional paradigm of its third person singular pronoun.(7) In fact, the whole paleosol methodology assumes the uniformitarian paradigm and is geared to interpret paleosols throughout the stratigraphic record.(8) In a sense, Scuglia holds that we have to choose between subcultural textual theory and the prematerialist paradigm of discourse.(9) Let me give you an example of why this paradigm about ├ö├ç├┐good├ö├ç├û versus ├ö├ç├┐bad├ö├ç├û religion is often misleading.(10) The technological paradigm stresses the role of technology and, more widely, of innovation within the current changes taking place in the economic system.(11) Each living language has implicit in it something analogous to a scientific paradigm , the system of thinking and memory that supports a way of life.(12) Respondents' ratings were viewed as a reflection of the degree to which their colleges of agriculture had shifted from a teaching paradigm to a learning paradigm .(13) This present campaign is a paradigm of Washington's pattern of accusing others of doing what Washington is planning to do or has already done.(14) The ID folks are constantly telling us that evolution is failing as a scientific paradigm , and that scientists are jumping ship in droves.(15) Religions need to be rescued from their present framework of conflictual relationship and relocated in a paradigm of mutual cooperation.(16) But derivatives of ferre come from three different words and the paradigm is highly irregular: fero, ferre, tuli, latum.