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Synonyms for commonsensical

Synonyms for commonsensical

exhibiting native good judgment

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If we pause for a moment and analyse all the venomous criticism heaped on the magazine and the model, it's commonsensical to realise how flimsy they are:
There is no fixed content which can be marked as common sense, therefore any kind of "inhuman" ideology or any other types of ideologies that critical theory takes as its object of criticism cannot be marked per se as commonsensical.
The book begins by asking why such apparently commonsensical reforms would meet resistance to implementation in an age of democracy and decentralization, when public sentiment often seems sympathetic toward indigenous rights.
The comments were a succinct, forward looking analysis of what comes next in the next phase of the economic cycle wherein he delineates three "transitions" the global economy must make": Growth that is "less debt-|driven" | A pivot to a "more normal |monetary policy" Creation of a "more reliable |financial system" The first and third transitions are both aspirational and commonsensical.
The company is also launching humorous cards of its own, including a woman-to-woman line featuring a commonsensical "favorite girlfriend character called Dr.
Anticipating the future, it would therefore be commonsensical for many depositors -- the kind with other options -- to sidestep similar levies both there and in other fiscally challenged euro-zone countries.
A disarming example of documentary filmmaking that stakes out an opinion with plain-spoken, commonsensical wisdom, this insightful effort from helmers Sara Lamm and Mary Wigmore doubles as a defense of natural childbirth and an affectionate look back at the movement's '70s countercultural roots.
Wudurite's design is rather commonsensical -- it looks like a cross between a chair and a lavatory.
If Americans Elect turns out to be what it purports, an organization that wants to put in the race a reasonable, pragmatic, commonsensical, bipartisan, statesman-focused ticket, then the only threat can possibly be to Obama, who you now believe represents that space in government leadership.
Reacting to the new US defence strategy unveiled on 5 January, which will see US resources reoriented toward the Asia-Pacific region, Hillen called it "a commonsensical response to a rapidly changing world".
As a child it was all quite commonsensical and matter-of-fact on one level, but it had a magical component too.
The first part will explicate Deleuze and Guattari's re-reading of psychoanalysis so as to demonstrate how we can initiate "illness as thinking," how such a reading can shed new light on our previous understanding of illness, of the body's capacity and of desire, and how their "illness as thinking" puts the commonsensical world under the critical lens of examination when such a reading points out the indiscernible essence of life.
But such a cloudy legal situation should worry even those who consider the new law to be commonsensical.
The statement said such a stance cannot be considered logical and commonsensical taking into account historical background of Turkish-EU relations, shared values, interests and goals.