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able to reason validly

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using or skilled in using analysis (i.e., separating a whole--intellectual or substantial--into its elemental parts or basic principles)

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of a proposition that is necessarily true independent of fact or experience

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Once again, I can do no better than avail myself of another precise formulation from the pages of Literature, Analytically Speaking:
Each study, however, factor analytically evaluated different measures assessing different dimensions of night-sky attitudes and behaviors.
Even more impressively, she deploys analytically chancy topics, such as social disciplining, with exemplary caution and good sense.
The theory is significant because it allows a number of system problems involving mixers and frequency conversion to be solved analytically and because it demystifies this rather esoteric subject.
Quite admirably, Kennedy recognizes that his hostility toward race matching is analytically inseparable from opposition to racial preference programs.
The alienation evoked in the reader suits the storyline, but not enough happens to keep that reader engaged and caring: Brendon clearly is intelligent, analytically inclined, and uncertain of his status in the herd of his less conscious and equally stoned peers, but that doesn't go anywhere in and of itself.
and Dendrite have completed their core product integration developing an analytically driven customer relationship management (CRM) system for the global pharmaceutical industry that lets pharmaceutical manufacturers effectively manage all aspects of customer interactions.
The second chapter examines more analytically how the writings of the New Testament accept the rich content of the Old Testament, referring to its fundamental topics in the light of Jesus Christ.
While normally sympathetic to the liberal "politically correct" impulse not to offend, I find this to be a moment of analytically unsustainable compromise.
This discipline, financial engineering, approaches complex risks by analytically breaking them into more fundamental units that can be measured, priced and recombined.
By focusing on consensus building as analytically central to the transition process, El-Mikawy picks up an original and fruitful vein in the theoretical debate about the politics of transition and democracy.
Others have made this point more analytically and philosophically, but Howard's anecdotal approach certainly makes it more vivid, which helps explain the book's great success, and great value.
His narrative poems Eda(1826), Bal (1828; "The Ball"), and Nalozhnitsa (1831; "The Concubine"; rewritten as Tsyganka, "The Gypsy Girl," 1842) treat the emotions analytically.
The transport equations can be solved analytically if the chemical rate equations are assumed to be first order in the concentrations of reacting species, and if the subsurface and surface concentrations can be related to one another by a linear adsorption isotherm.