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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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Here Aristotle distinguishes the sort of person who sets before himself the wrong conception of how he should act from the good deliberator, who sets before himself the right conception.
Rather, equity and efficiency are expected to be simultaneously addressed by deliberators. In the deliberative settings proposed by Brown, Peterson and Tonn (1995), as well as Ward (1999), participating citizens do not represent specific interests but take into account the interests and values of other stakeholders.
(2) Each proves to be as defensible, Tomasi argues, as liberal democratic socialism and property-owning democracy: each can reasonably be endorsed by deliberators in the original position, given general sociological knowledge and other available data.
(269) on the one hand, a free and equal rational deliberator in the original position would agree to give priority to preserving basic liberties because sacrificing basic liberties for the sake of material benefits might render the deliberator unable to apply practical reason and judgment to develop his or her own conception of the good.
[I]t is a mistake to think of first-order morality--morality for the guidance of deliberating agents--as making any use of the concept of the deliberator's future intentions.
the other a public speaker and deliberator in the line of Arendt" (Thinking, 95).
In a particular practical situation the virtuous deliberator begins with a goal at which he is aiming.
He is a solid lookout over issues affecting the city's livability, is a careful deliberator, and is courteous, experienced and eminently dependable.
Whether through pragmatism or Zen, we are left with the image of a president not as a leader--or spare us--even a decider, but as a deliberator.
The deliberator does not have to reflect too deeply to understand that those who fail to queue without excuse or justification act at the expense of all those who have.
Witnesses, participants, and victims saw communism's stages of nascence, its rise to power, its dangerous status as deliberator over half the world during the Cold War and its sudden decline in authority by 1990.
Por el contrario es un "agente" producido socialmente y un "deliberator' social, cuya agencia y pensamiento se hace posible debido a un lenguaje que precede a ese "yo".
While feelings are hot-headed, sometimes illogical impulses directed by biological commands, the intellect is the cool deliberator, which keeps our emotions in check.
A person cannot become a good deliberator by taking a class or reading a book.
Guilty As Sin, Free As A Bird is the unspectacular title of 79-year-old Eleanor Cook's book and Ray Hultman, 62, will pen The Deliberator.