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to use the powers of the mind, as in conceiving ideas, drawing inferences, and making judgments

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Moreover, Swetnam's "audacitie in judging womens thoughts" reveals him to be "an usurper against the King of heaven, the true knowledge of cogitations being appropriate to him alone" (34).
In preparing for tonight's remarks I had occasion to re-read Judge Jones' Cogitations on Judicial Decision-Making, (4) and I hope that my judicial decision-making spanning over thirty-four years of judicial service, fifteen years as a trial judge, and nineteen as an appellate judge, in some small measure would have met Judge Jones' high standards.
Part of the solution is changing the mind-set of the residents, replacing the alternating feelings of inadequacy, hopelessness, passivity, and defensiveness with more productive emotions and cogitations.
The way of access and interpretation must be chosen, on the contrary, in such a From this perspective it is clear that the traditional neoclassic approach assumes the Cartesian position, limiting the consumer's cogitations of the process of election of the goods.
Its complex pattern of nested flashbacks is a hallmark of Furui's writing and disrupts the smooth flow of the narrative; yet it is precisely this confrontation with destabilized time that captures so elegantly the melody of an elderly man's thanatological cogitations.
Eliezar where those who follow these laws based on their own intellectual cogitations, and not revelation, will have their reward limited to this world.
You should gauge society's evolution in centuries, not decades; the ripening of new cogitations is sluggish, not instantaneous.
My cogitations were disturbed one evening last week by a rattling at the front gate.
The letter is a string of laboured cogitations, but the words that take your breath away are these: "an awful misreading of the situation".
Indeed, unlike Northanger Abbey or Emma, for example, in which the reader can quite clearly see, or at least suspect, that there is a gap between the truth of things and the heroine's cogitations, in Sense and Sensibility the reader only knows as much as Elinor can know from the evidence available to her.
The 25-year-old interviewees cannot stand public pressure in their cogitations and acts; they orientate while making critical decisions.
8) In the Cartesian dualism, it emerges that the body represents not only a mere physical object under the permanent horizon of Ego's cogitations and a geometrical extension for subjectivity, but also the intimate association of the absolute Ego with functions of domination, command, and organization.
In 1641 Wilkins wrote, "For in the general we must note, That whatever is capable of a competent Difference, perceptible to any Sense, may be a sufficient Means whereby to express the Cogitations.
These soliloquies, though, are no deep meaningful cogitations, but rather light-hearted musings full of self-deprecating humour about her own personal foibles (Ferriss and Young 2006b).
And judging by the speed with which he scrubbed his Facebook wall of all his no-doubt-enlightening ruminations and cogitations, there likely were more pearls ready for the plucking.