Reductiveness



adjective
1.
of or relating to reduction; serving to reduce or abridge:
an urgent need for reductive measures.
2.
of or relating to change from one form to another:
reductive chemical processes.
3.
employing an analysis of a complex subject into a simplified, less detailed form; of, pertaining to, or employing reductionism; reductionistic.
noun
4.
something causing or inducing a reductive process.

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