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I do not understand why we call functional integral procedure in QFT being ''quantization'' procedure.Because the integration is the ''summing up'' procedure,but not ''dividing'' into ''quantum'' procedure.Or does this term(quantization) has a origin of being able to deduce Feynman diagrams from functional integral formalism?By the way,does it in the nonperturbative QFT we still use Feynman diagrams?

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# Why is it path integral formalism being a ''quantization'' procedure?

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