reflectiveness


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the capability of quiet thought or contemplation

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Mastery of (MAS) was found to be negatively correlated with self reflectiveness, self certainty and mastery.
In Section 2 we recall some basic notions of categorical Galois theory and we prove our criterion for reflectiveness of normal extensions.
The theme of the significance of being able to reread the counseling letter and increased client reflectiveness was a significant perception marked across the participants' experiences.
This condition engenders a quiet reflectiveness to the entire work, which otherwise speaks of a systematic ordering of chaos.
It is 'thoughtless' because of its liquidation of the intersubjective reflectiveness that for Arendt defines 'thinking', the requirement 'as Kant says .
By Abby Brown By Abby Brown RESILIENCE, RESPECT, resourcefulness, relationships and reflectiveness are very important and well used terms around Farringdon.
She had a low level of reflectiveness, frequently mentioning that she wished she had someone who could tell her who she was and what she could do to change things because she did not really know who she was.
Present students with a slide show of Rembrandt's self-portraiture and the various emotions he depicted, from his youthful gaiety to his reflectiveness as an old man (an excellent one may be found at: http://youtu.
2013) Minding the Baby: enhancing reflectiveness to improve early health and relationship outcomes in an interdisciplinary home visiting program.
For all its reflectiveness, the Holy Month is also very social.
The two soloists - soprano Sarah Fox and baritone Jeremy Carpenter - also proved to be of the very highest calibre and capable of expressing both the rapture and the reflectiveness of the work.
He always proceeded in idiosyncratic fashion with an acute analytical eye and deliberate reflectiveness.
When students are given opportunities for discussion of reading materials, this can enhance their comprehension skills, reflectiveness, and engagement (Macy, 2004).
Then, through compassion and empathy, and a situation she never would have imagined herself in, she starts to have real self-awareness and reflectiveness.
The custom nature of synthetic rope allows users to tailor color and reflectiveness to their needs and can improve visibility in a way that steel products simply cannot.