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Synonyms for recognition

Synonyms for recognition

favorable notice, as of an achievement

Synonyms for recognition

the state or quality of being recognized or acknowledged

the process of recognizing something or someone by remembering

coming to understand something clearly and distinctly

(biology) the ability of one molecule to attach to another molecule that has a complementary shape

the explicit and formal acknowledgement of a government or of the national independence of a country

an acceptance (as of a claim) as true and valid

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designation by the chair granting a person the right to speak in a deliberative body

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Interestingly, subscription to (a) recognitive views of social justice and (b) liberal democratic forms of distributive justice, premised on "simple equality" (which regards all individuals as having the same basic needs), is evident in the comments of teachers from both programs.
Cette etude est un appel pour l'adoption d'un cadre de travail inclusif qui montre la voie vers une justice recognitive faisant la part entre liberte de mobilite et appartenance pleine et entiere au Canada.
We have seen, however, that the mere negation of external objects does not actualize self-consciousness; that is why the recognitive relationship has been sought.
A policy of (trans)formation therefore involves the displacement of our recognitive attitude and demands from us a permanent struggle against the notion of knowledge as information.
At bottom, however, Zuidervaart deploys three streams of argument and experience to establish his thesis: (a) a Habermasian account of the normative commitments and deficits of developed capitalist democracies that are differentiated into the three systems (and corresponding spheres of value) of state (the sphere of justice), economy (the sphere of resourcefulness), and culture (which Zuidervaart treats as essentially a system of publicity, hence, as the sphere of authenticity and expressiveness); (b) an Adornian account of art as the disclosure of neglected meanings that press recognitive justice claims of general significance; and (c) his own expertise about, and personal experience with, the inner workings of the contemporary non-profit world of art.
I use much of Michael's own words to articulate his thoughts and feelings to describe three types of recognitive moments: structured, unplanned, and enduring.
Similarly, the Temoak Band of Shoshones filed a claim in 1951 under the Indian Court of Claims Act that did not require that a claim filed represent the majority of the people in whose name it was filed and was vehemently rejected by traditionals (those refusing to subject their status as community members to the federal recognitive regime).
So, armed with this nationalist critique of "Marxism," Wisse links the cultural fates of America and Israel along exclusively rightist coordinates, and she does it by instantiating precisely the recognitive identity-as-police paradigm that the "Under Forty" writers criticized.
Heikki Ikaheimo and Arto Laitinen, 'Analyzing recognition: identification, acknowledgment and recognitive attitudes towards persons', in Recognition and Power (eds.
For Hegel, the mind cannot be extricated from these complex forms of recognitive interaction.
Human beings' moral subjectivity and agency stands in need of the recognitive relations of care, respect, and esteem with others in all phases and spheres of life.
The implications of this critical reappraisal are also clear to Luke: "There is a unanimity of voice on the need for a curriculum politics rebuilt around issues of equity, recognitive and redistributive social justice (Fraser 1996), and democratic education" (p.
Recognitive justice, with its positive regard for social difference and centrality of social democratic processes, offers us another way of advancing this discussion beyond simplistic attributions of blame.
This approach would mimic the "lock-and-key" recognitive interaction capability of biomolecules like those found in DNA.