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Synonyms for deliberate

Synonyms for deliberate

planned, weighed, or estimated in advance

careful and slow in acting, moving, or deciding

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

to meet and exchange views to reach a decision

Synonyms for deliberate

discuss the pros and cons of an issue

carefully thought out in advance

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unhurried and with care and dignity

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The choice of random stratified sampling was used in order to gather a representative group of citizen deliberators.
158) Procedural realism has greater potential as a mechanism for scrutinizing conventional standards, but it would have to accept that the deliberators are merely human agents who are communally situated.
Honors students will be deliberators in many groups over their lives, probably more than other students because their abilities make them more likely to be asked to find answers amid uncertainty.
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For example, one study identified three patterns of participatory style among early-stage breast cancer patients: delayers, deferrers, and deliberators (Pierce 1993).
Once the deliberators have identified the issues they would like to address and their relative weight, a panel of impartial experts assesses "the chances the desired outcomes will be delivered.
They do it "for, and before, all deliberators who share the goal of determining what is worth doing.
Any concept of electors as actual deliberators disappeared in the early 19th century.
In both the English and American situations, the deliberators had to determine the power relationships within the polity and the functions of the political powers.
In carrying out that duty, judges may question, admonish, and release jurors--even after deliberators have begun--if jurors purposely disregard evidence or refuse to follow instructions.
While the deliberators were at lunch, the remaining jurors, the non-deliberators, filled out a lengthy questionnaire assessing their reactions to the trial and the witnesses.
Unlike delayers, who are able to reach a decision as soon as one obvious choice emerges, deliberators don't stop the process until every stone has been overturned.
She discusses Pereboom's interesting account of deliberation and offers an argument for the idea that rational deliberators must "have a conception of themselves as seeking to adopt and act on good reasons, then they must take themselves to be capable, in general, of finding such reasons" (154).
On a democratic account, judges are no better moral deliberators than either legislators or the general populace.
53) In one of his later works, Ricoeur suggested that deliberators in John Rawls' so-called original position engage in reasoning akin to that required by the Golden Rule, (54) and it is easy to see why he should have reached this conclusion, for agents who follow Ricoeur's version of the Golden Rule act as if behind a veil of ignorance as to their recipients' qualities, history, motivations, and so on.