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capable of physically reflecting light or sound

devoted to matters of the mind

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It's possible to engage reflectively with the world around you as you drive or sit in the front passenger seat, but it's more difficult.
For airmen of all ranks, the greatest value that its appreciation of the air weapon can offer is to help them think more reflectively about their calling and to articulate its foundational principles more effectively in the councils of war planning.
Everyone fell to nodding reflectively and draining glasses.
In the preface she locates herself personally and reflectively (p.
Listen reflectively and don't fall into the trap of arguing for self-advocacy while your client works to come up with counterpoints for each suggestion.
At its best it may have been a group of teachers working together on an extended programme of continuing professional development sharing experiences and expertise reflectively and honestly.
As such, enterprise needs to be reflectively adaptive to those changes just as quickly.
Slekar and Leigh Ann Haefiier's essay about teaching history and science that shows how teacher educators teach reflectively and emphasize practice.
Science education research draws attention to the importance of having students explicitly and reflectively consider NOS tenets during instruction (Howe & Rudge, 2005; Khisthe & Abd-ElKhalick, 2002).
Those willing to read as reflectively as this novel demands will find it more than worth the time and effort.
The clearest expression of what Read would like to accomplish in his book comes at its end: 'the task of applying Wittgenstein is among other things the task of philosophy shifting from absurd ambitions of explaining the world to being able rather, at last, to participate reflectively in a meaningful and useful sense in changing it.
Interpreting Marx's Riddle of the Dog and The Point is to Change It: Poetry and Criticism in the Continuing Present demand an imaginatively constructed argument rather than reflectively mediated thematic analysis as a criterion for criticism.
And a New Middle East it was, although not the one that Rice and Olmert reflectively envisioned in Jerusalem; a different one, which changed the political landscape in Lebanon in favor of Hezbollah, and denied Israel any sense of victory.