Wilson: Yes, I build virtual worlds to see how people use exchange, specialization, and property to create wealth.
And it is plain that the time has come when we must determine the price that may rightly be paid for this specialization.
It is claimed that specialization should be postponed to a fifth year.
Let him hold hard by this truth, and by it let him judge that other specialization which human society presents.
There was a specialization of labor, but, as yet, little division.
It is a question of the terms of specialization or differentiation.
Fate here, as in the matter of specialization, works her hand.
The primal cell is inherently immortal, but death follows in the wake of specialization.
Division engenders the specialization of each mediating element.
With regard to manufacturing, there is specialization, not only in the handiwork, but also in the locality of production.
specialization spe·cial·i·za·tion (spěsh'ə-lĭ-zā'shən)
The act of specializing.
Adaptation, as of an organ or organism, to a specific function or environment.