Definitions for "Rationalization"
giving socially acceptable reasons to defend one's actions.
A defense mechanism, operating unconsciously, in which an individual attempts to justify or make consciously tolerable by plausible means, feelings or behavior that otherwise would be intolerable.
A defence mechanism in which a plausible reason is unconsciously invented by the ego to protect itself from confronting the real reason for an action, thought, or emotion.
the organization of a business according to scientific principles of management in order to increase efficiency
Weber's concept of the increasing spread and dominance of hard, market-based criteria in all areas of social and economic life.
the process of change from tradition to rationality as the basis for thought (e.g., science), authority (e.g., rational law), and social organization (e.g., specialization and bureaucracy)
a concocted view about the nature of reality that is designed to enable or support denial
a mistaken belief Stop-smoking-cigarettes seems to make sense at the time but is not based on
(mathematics) the simplification of an expression or equation by eliminating radicals without changing the value of the expression or the roots of the equation
The act or process of rationalizing.
The process of associating the entities of a data model or schema with an agreed upon ontology or language. Also refers to the results of such a process. See mapping.
Keywords:  debate, equivalent
Equivalent to rational debate.
Keywords:  delete, edit
Edit Delete
Keywords:  hiding, things, way
a way of hiding things
systematic organization; the act of organizing something according to a system or a rationale
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Keywords:  firing, people
Firing people.