understands typology under typology:

  1. in linguistics the science of the classification of languages after grammatical characteristics, see. Language typology
  2. the science of the group allocations or concrete organizations into groups. The typology corresponds to a large extent to the classification of objects in categories and/orsystematics - with the difference, won from it that the groups are usually not continued to divide into a typology. Examples are the organization of the organisms after to certain characteristics, the organization from works category or the sociological conceptsof “type of ideal “and/or. “Normal type
  3. the Inbezugsetzung of alttestamentlicher figures and events to such of the new will, see to typology (Bible)
this side is a term clarifying for the distinction of several terms named the same word.

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