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to use the powers of the mind, as in conceiving ideas, drawing inferences, and making judgments

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For in the general we must note: That whatever is capable of a competent difference, perceptible to any sense, may be sufficient means, whereby to express Cogitations.
Interlaced throughout his musings are anxieties and thoughts that rattle along in long paragraphic chunks, and just when we think we can't take much more of these paranoid cogitations, Weiner hits us out of the blue with a plainly worded, spot-on insight: "We always drive like a runaway train into what we dread--through the barrier of premonition.
Unless they're animated by the performers' spirit, illuminated by some kind of inner fire, these lengthy conversations and cogitations on Roman Catholic theology can seem numbingly dry--especially when they're delivered in a language most of their audience can't easily understand.
In the first epistle, Speght again describes Swetnam's text as an "illeterate Pamphlet," and in the epistle addressed to Swetnam Speght reiterates the charge, writing to The Araignment's author that in the "excrement of your roaving cogitations you have used such irregularities touching concordance, and observed so disordered a methode, as I doubt not to tell you, that a very Accidence Schollar would have quite put you down in both" (7).
Alas, there is no evidence directly on point, but her cogitations are valuable.
In preparing for tonight's remarks I had occasion to re-read Judge Jones' Cogitations on Judicial Decision-Making, (4) and I hope that my judicial decision-making spanning over thirty-four years of judicial service, fifteen years as a trial judge, and nineteen as an appellate judge, in some small measure would have met Judge Jones' high standards.
My cogitations were disturbed one evening last week by a rattling at the front gate.
The letter is a string of laboured cogitations, but the words that take your breath away are these: "an awful misreading of the situation".
The book is pockmarked here and there by lapses into academese (turgid cogitations on gender theory and the like), but these are blessedly few and far between.
The 25-year-old interviewees cannot stand public pressure in their cogitations and acts; they orientate while making critical decisions.
Peut-etre faudra-t-il attendre le retour du vieux sachem, Rached Ghannouchi, en visite actuellement a Lahore, pour qu'il nous livre le fruit de ses dernieres cogitations sur la marche a suivre et le prochain cap qu'il est sans doute en train de fixer pour la prochaine etape.
Compartir la cautivante experiencia de leer las ideas de Bion cuando aun estaban en "barbecho", posibilidad a la que hemos tenido acceso a partir de la publicacion de Cogitations (1992) por su viuda Francesca, me ha estimulado algunas reflexiones.
And judging by the speed with which he scrubbed his Facebook wall of all his no-doubt-enlightening ruminations and cogitations, there likely were more pearls ready for the plucking.
Among the topics are Sot'aesan's creation of Won Buddhism through the reformation of Korean Buddhism, Kim Iryop and a gendered response to modernity, Son master Man'gong and cogitations of a colonized religion, Zen master T'oe'ong Songchol's doctrine of Zen enlightenment and practice, the Japanese missionaries and their impact on Korean Buddhist developments 1876-1910, and Pak Chonghong and Kim Tonghwa as examples of the formation of modern Buddhist scholarship.
Desde 1986, en su libro Cogitations, Katz muestra como puede abandonarse el principio de sustitucion de correferenciales sin detrimento de la nocion de inferencia.