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Synonyms for commonsensical

Synonyms for commonsensical

exhibiting native good judgment

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Easier said than done, said de Venecia, "but this is now the time to consider the practical, principled commonsensical win-win compromises necessary for the geopolitical settlements in the China Sea.
With advanced communication and transportation, one society can instantly enter the commonsensical world of another with concern, sympathy, and support.
The perspective from "folk-psychology" underlines the intuitive nature of the creative process and brings the commonsensical dimension into play, while "predictive processing" unfolds the full complexity of predictions, their reliability, and the ways in which they are integrated across different levels of cognition (see Hohwy; Kukkonen, "Presence and Prediction").
If we pause for a moment and analyse all the venomous criticism heaped on the magazine and the model, it's commonsensical to realise how flimsy they are:
"Rarely is an issue as commonsensical or broadly supported as this one," said SEC Acting Chairman Michael Piwowar in a statement.
A common sense perspective is only capable of seeing concepts as unalterable, while a critical perspective (understood as an opposite of the commonsensical perspective) reveals its changeability.
The reason is " commonsensical", as a senior UP BJP leader put it, not wanting to be named.
that is deceptively commonsensical and would result in positive responses.
"It's a commonsensical dream marriage of compatibility, just like peanut butter & jelly!"
While much of what Haddick proposes seems commonsensical, it is unfinished, and this poses risks.
A number of states have passed what pro-lifers believe are commonsensical requirements.
Many of the rebels' grievances revolved around commonsensical demands to recognize the country's pluralistic nature and respect the right of indigenous communities to govern their own affairs.
In addition, Joe Mallon, an attorney with Knobbe Martens, told InsideCounsel the March guidelines were "way too complicated" and dealt with "too much subject matter." The newer ones are "streamlined" and "commonsensical," Mallon explained, adding they are "easier for the examiners to implement" and "makes the whole process much more efficient."
Such a recovery is, he writes, necessary to counter a contemporary scientific naturalism that has become so commonsensical as to make religion appear nonsensical and irrelevant.
The comments were a succinct, forward looking analysis of what comes next in the next phase of the economic cycle wherein he delineates three "transitions" the global economy must make": Growth that is "less debt-|driven" | A pivot to a "more normal |monetary policy" Creation of a "more reliable |financial system" The first and third transitions are both aspirational and commonsensical. With respect to the former, Caruana correctly points out that "monetary policy will be more effective ...