averageness


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Synonyms for averageness

the state of being that is average

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ordinariness as a consequence of being average and not outstanding

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Companies over-index their search for improved performance when focusing on the best and worst performers in their sales force, but this study illustrates the significant rewards of tackling a culture of averageness, said Robert Wollan, global managing director, Accenture Strategy, Sales & Customer Services.
Even if all evidence points to another season of abject averageness.
So how can you best address this averageness to help move your own bell curve?
Perceived health contributes to the attractiveness of facial symmetry, averageness, and sexual dimorphism.
Dissociating averageness and attractiveness: Attractive faces are not always average.
What you get with young guys is some days absolute brilliance, and other days a bit of averageness," added Broad.
Elsewhere, Heidegger notes that 'the everyday undifferentiated character of Dasein' is named as 'averageness [Durchschnittlichkeit]' (SZ 43) and that 'this care of averageness reveals in turn an essential tendency of Dasein which we call the levelling down [Einebnung1] of all possibilities of Dasein' (SZ 127).
The results of these investigations suggest that physically attractive faces tend to possess symmetry and averageness (i.
One unfinished ad could throw us into these paroxysms of self-doubt and intimations of averageness.
But there are several reasons to wonder whether, in today's world, there might be certain virtues associated with averageness.
7) Of Montaigne and Erasmus Friedrich writes the following: "They both have in common the fact that they replace ethical unconditionalness with a humanity of modest averageness, and they shelter man in a wisdom that lies beyond the inconsequential contrast of reason and irrationality.
But scientists say there are some facial characteristics that most people from all cultures agree are attractive: averageness, symmetry and sexual dimorphism.