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disposed to be open, sociable, and talkative

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able or tending to communicate

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This corresponds to the restraint of the political-administrative system to become communicatively active at all.
It is a stringent requirement because it is geared to universalisable interests achieved communicatively under the conditions of discourse.
As Duff understands things, a political community that punishes communicatively aims to censure its criminal offenders in a way that treats the offenders both as responsible moral agents and as fellow members of the community.
From the point of view of democracy--and especially deliberative democracy--the crucial question is, then, whether or not the content and relative weight of different discourses can be subject to the communicatively competent influence of those affected by collective decisions.
These papers have dealt with the classroom pedagogies and scaffolds required in order to prepare students communicatively, bridge them socio-culturally and engage them meta-cognitively for the experiential learning of community practice.
We understand particular truths as they are subjectively accessible within our existence or communicatively conveyed to us.
Family-to-work Spillover Stress: Coping Communicatively in the Workplace.
The way that the sublime was first represented by Homer in his Iliad in particular is completely different from the sublime as practised by the more self-aware and more communicatively active society of Aeschylus and Sophocles (historically speaking, of course the epic of Gilgamesh is the first written record in which "sublime" images and "ideas" have been recorded).
The current study traces a comprehensive interdisciplinary effort to improve trauma care through the efficient exchange of medical information in communicatively competent ways.
In this situation, the language lacks support beyond school, and even within school, the pupils have almost no opportunity to use it communicatively.
That divine meaning functions cognitively as an expression of divine meaning and truth through the faith of believers; constitutively through Christ alive in believers (Gal 2:20) and in the Holy Spirit poured into our hearts (Rom 515); (79) communicatively in the preaching of Jesus and the Apostles and in the literary documents of the New Testament; and effectively in the ongoing mission of the church prolonging the mission of Jesus and empowered by his Spirit.
They reflect the ways in which human communities interact communicatively and are bound together by texts.
We aim to become much more 'visible' in our local and wider communities so that we can all mutually benefit socially, communicatively and economically.
Practices manifest themselves communicatively in three dimensions: a) as "referentiation" of objects of a real world (ontologically, a world manifested through the existence of "real" objects, whether symbolic or imaginary).
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