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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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This notion of "inclusion" is different to that discussed in relation to recognitive justice, because it is closely correlated to "accommodation".
Nevertheless, the tacit references to tino rangatiratanga and Article Two left open an interpretation of recognitive justice that went far beyond the equal citizenship rights of Article Three of the Treaty of Waitangi.
The latter discourse is based on a form of recognitive justice that acknowledges indigenous and Treaty rights to self-determination.
Recognitive justice refers to parity of social goods, such as opportunity, position, and power, as well as of institutional inequities (Fraser 2009; S.
In language education, the development of educational services for adult immigrants from a recognitive justice perspective would include immigrant knowledge and community input into the creation and implementation of appropriate programs (Fraser 2009).
The preparation of citizenship education in ESL programs for adult immigrants, from a recognitive justice perspective, would reject the current deficit model that seeks to assimilate immigrants to the norms of the dominant culture.
8) So in what follows I explore Hegel's recognitive paradigm of human rationality by focusing on his references to the Incarnation.
Since Hegel maintains that freedom is the common good that motivates our actions, and therewith underpins how we perceive ourselves, the mutually recognitive relations through which freedom becomes explicitly "for itself' are also constitutive of our status as thinking subjects that can self-legislate and give consent to norms.
Recognitive self-consciousness presents a more abiding self-manifestation, which involves intersubjectivity without necessarily invoking thought or speech.
Similarly, because consciousness and self-consciousness are prerequisites for linguistic intelligence, recognitive desire, be it unequal or mutual, need hot involve thought and language.