A template, in this context, is a configuration of concepts and relations which can be used again and again when formalizing texts.
Here are some benefits of templates:
If you have formalized a lot of text, you will find that certain configurations recur. It is good to make a portfolio of templates from such experiences, so that you can refer to it again next time the same configuration comes up.
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