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Synonyms for cognize

be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information

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American Born Chinese exemplifies the graphic novel's inimitable capacity to articulate visual systems for cognizing the human.
Bono and Oprah represent two interesting and contrasting examples of celebrities who appear to be trying to engage in the practice of "recognition as cognizing and remembering" that Fabian describes.
The use of "power" concept allows modeling as well as analyzing and cognizing the phenomena and processes of social, economic, political development, science and technological progress, which take place in large systems, identifying and assessing the compatibility of appropriate processes, the impact of some process on other ones, also identifying various disproportions, which appear under the conditions of uneven changes: all this allows diagnosing the problems of sustainable development and foreseeing the means for their salvation.
Upon cognizing that the decrepit, mummified remains of a female white ape were none other than those of a female forbear from whom he was directly descended, Jermyn confronts both the moral licentiousness of his ancestor who procreated with the ape and the bestial foundation of his genealogy.
A cognition's occurring presupposes as existent beforehand the participants in the act, including the cognizing agent (pramatr) and the object cognized (prameya).
There are significant similarities in the cognizing of language and music therefore this may shed some light on how music and language learning may be able to help each other
Cognizing others in terms of the self "provides a basis for perceptions of and relations with the spirit world" (p.
Furthermore, the individual person becomes the central cognizing agent, as though the learning process ultimately is conducted internally within autonomous knowledge-making units.
If seeing beauty were a matter of cognizing a many-splendored web of proportions by means of discursive reason, then we would have no means of accounting for our familiar experience of encountering beauty instantly, intuitively, as if before the intellect could begin its grinding lucubration.
For example, in Halakhic Man Soloveitchik writes: "The mysterious relationship in effect between the cognizing subject and the object that is comprehended .
According to constructivist perspective, cognizing students build all knowledge when they participate in and contribute to the activities of the classroom community (Bauersfeld, 1988; Cobb, Wood & Yackel, 1990; Cobb & Yackel, 1996; Cobb & Bowers, 1999; Wheatley & Reynolds, 1999).
Future cases may ignore stereotypes, citing Justice Stevens; they may accept stereotypes in cases of nonsuspect classifications, citing Justice O'Connor; or they may do both, limiting the field of cognizable stereotypes and the operational impact of cognizing them.
Knowledge thus has no universal foundation and is always the product of a dialectical relationship between the cognizing subject and the objective world.
Finally, it aims to provide a theoretical analysis of the cognizing relation in terms of the agent's assigning certain meanings to strings.
He then considers the cognizing subject as apart from the thinking subject, complete with empirical and pure apperception, moving to commentary on the person as subject and the relations between apperception and inner sense, the conception of the idea of "the person," material reality, the embodiment of the subject, and the connection between psychological perceptions of the person and applications to justice.