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formed of separate units gathered into a mass or whole

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Beyond that, groups do not have to form a collective mind entirely in "real time." Thinking about a document by a group can develop in part outside of group activities and aggregatively, yet this thinking can be heedful of the group's system of joint actions.
propose a theory of asset pricing based on heterogeneous agents who continually adapt their expectations to the market that these expectations aggregatively create.
For this reason, arrangements governing property in land, which aggregatively constitutes territory, have always been of particular concern."(8) Territoriality broadens the sense of acquisition and ownership denoted in the word property into a form of entitlement at once more elementary and more complex.
The common good aggregatively conceived is that state of affairs in which all of the members of a political community are fully flourishing.