perceptivity


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Synonyms for perceptivity

a feeling of understanding

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By removing figurative content or material subject matter, the abstract painter annuls all learned perceptivity of religious meaning that the viewer would bring to the artwork.
The experimental program was planned with the specific aim of validating the absolute and the relative perceptivity; as far as the relative perceptivity is regarding, only the effects produced on the driving behaviour by variations of traffic volume were investigated.
I heard a lot of gunfire in the evenings," he noted later with commendable perceptivity, "but it was a lovely country.
The author - who was Jewish, and her real name was Alisa Rosenbaum - promoted the mind, or maturity or perceptivity, and a new moral philosophy which was actually the philosophy of egoism, or concern with self.
These critical terms, which demonstrate the dialogic, multivocal and heteroglot voices between works in history and within themselves, as cultural utterances, were shown to be appropriate and useful frames for the analysis of particular qualities which enunciate the presence of artists' books in the world: self-consciousness, discursive perceptivity and reflexivity.
58) Not surprisingly, Layton was buoyed by Pratt's perceptivity and honesty" which corroborated his own feelings of success: "If you were here beside me I'd hug you, I am so elated.
As this magnified Maori Person, the wharenui is endowed with sensibilities and a lyrical perceptivity which runs like a vein of creativity through the timbered parts of its body: "There was in the meeting house a wood quiet .
The 14 items of ESS included conscious level, perceptivity, verbal communication, visual field, parallel gaze of the eyes, facial movement, proximal muscle force of the upper limbs when maintaining straight in an angle of 45[degrees] from the bed, proximal muscle force of the upper limbs when holding in an angle of 90[degrees], wrist straightening, fingers flexion, proximal muscle force of inferior extremities by keeping the thigh vertical and leg parallel to the bed, proximal muscle force of inferior extremities by flexing hip and knee, foot dorsiflexion and walking capability.
Thus the results of biopolymer composite TFE/VDF-HA research are show the perceptivity of application of proposes material as carcass for the bone engineering on the intramedullary implant surface.
He said Ayesha's paintings reflected her unique perceptivity about ordinary subjects.
21) As evidence of Borges's skill and perceptivity as a reader, we point to a variant of "jammed up," "to get in a jam," which Faulkner makes use of late in the novel to describe the agitated state in which one of his characters finds himself: "'Come on here,' the officer said.
Trilling's cynical--though admittedly sophisticated--reaction to the protest is extreme, but it is useful to note her perceptivity in recognizing the malleability and fluidity of the protest community.
the architect's extent and perceptivity of the characteristics of the contemporary environment, and his astute awareness of the context in which he works, in addition to the boldness with which he uses modern building materials and technologies.