(n.) = basis [bases, -pl.] ; foundation ; fundament.
Translate the Spanish term fundamentación to other languages
Ex: These factors form the basis of the problems in identifying a satisfactory subject approach, and start to explain the vast array of different tolls used in the subject approach to knowledge.
Ex: If this story is correct, it's the latest evidence that copyright law has become unmoored from its foundations.
Ex: As a consequence some cracks sneaked into the fundaments of this branch of physics.
* con fundamentación teórica = principled.
* fundamentación teórica = theoretical underpinning ; theoretical foundation.