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be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information

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As Aquinas himself explains, the first mode can be exemplified by light as seen by the eye, or in the case at hand, cognizing God directly in his essence (10).
If seeing beauty were a matter of cognizing a many-splendored web of proportions by means of discursive reason, then we would have no means of accounting for our familiar experience of encountering beauty instantly, intuitively, as if before the intellect could begin its grinding lucubration.
Today, there are all types of families and we're cognizing a few of our community's family heroes, including Cavanagh, who first won our hearts in 1992 as Marla Hooch, the hard-hitting second baseman, in A League of Their Own.
The verse (in stanza 3): "the [alaya's] cognizing regarding its appropriating [seeds] and its site remain unrecognized" (asamviditakopadisthana-vijnaptikam ca tat), is understood both within the Cheng weishi lun (0010a11) and in Sthiramati's Bhasya to specifically speak of alayavijnana.
Creativity, in this view, is an anthropological feature because the comparability of humans with God consists precisely in cognizing by way of creating the object of cognition.
There are significant similarities in the cognizing of language and music therefore this may shed some light on how music and language learning may be able to help each other
A cognition's occurring presupposes as existent beforehand the participants in the act, including the cognizing agent (pramatr) and the object cognized (prameya).
Cognizing others in terms of the self "provides a basis for perceptions of and relations with the spirit world" (p.
According to constructivist perspective, cognizing students build all knowledge when they participate in and contribute to the activities of the classroom community (Bauersfeld, 1988; Cobb, Wood & Yackel, 1990; Cobb & Yackel, 1996; Cobb & Bowers, 1999; Wheatley & Reynolds, 1999).
Rowlands defends environmentalism, that is, the conjunction of the ontological claim that cognitive processes are not located exclusively inside the skin of cognizing organisms and the epistemological claim that it is not possible to understand the nature of cognitive processes by focusing exclusively on what is occurring inside the skin of cognizing organisms (31).
He claims that this is done by the same faculty which cognizes spatial magnitude and he suggests that the cognizing of time is accomplished in roughly the same manner as the cognizing of spatial magnitude: through the use of analogous changes (i.
Although he suggestively compares the "repeated jolts to the body" (64) administered by nicotine with every puff to the instantaneous blockage of the faculty of imagination faced with an infinite magnitude it cannot represent, one wishes Klein had explained in more detail in exactly what way the repetitiveness of a disagreeable physical sensation might be linked up with the problem of cognizing an infinity.
Hall's introduction briefly explains that among medieval thinkers there was a "general medieval consensus that the cognitive acts by which we grasp extramental entities are veridical (that is, in most cases, these acts represent what the cognizing subject takes them to represent).
He then considers the cognizing subject as apart from the thinking subject, complete with empirical and pure apperception, moving to commentary on the person as subject and the relations between apperception and inner sense, the conception of the idea of "the person," material reality, the embodiment of the subject, and the connection between psychological perceptions of the person and applications to justice.
In light of what we have seen about Kant's use of these terms, I propose that a perception is objective, in the sense of the Stufenleiter if it is one in which the subject is conscious of a content that she can predicate of a thing in cognizing it: it is a representation that can make up the content of an act of cognizing a thing.