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de·lib·er·a·tive

 (dĭ-lĭb′ə-rā′tĭv, -ər-ə-tĭv)
adj.
1. Assembled or organized for deliberation or debate: a deliberative legislature.
2. Characterized by or for use in deliberation or debate.

de·lib′er·a′tive·ly adv.
de·lib′er·a′tive·ness n.
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System 2 works rationally, deliberatively, and more slowly.
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Putting aside these Directors' undeniable qualifications to sit on our corporate Board, L&B is evidently unaware of, or deliberatively chooses to disregard, the fact that MGM operates a global business and faces a variety of complex issues that require diverse perspectives.
This paper argues that the deliberatively open system of intuitionism, interlocked in practice with prudential considerations, allows us constructively to move normative ethics beyond those limits.
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If the MODS project is successful in this regard, it will provide what is perhaps the most powerful antidote to citizen cynicism about the non-responsive governments: a means by which governments can demonstrate their willingness to deeply and deliberatively engage their citizens.
the user to make these decisions deliberatively and, when reporting results, advise their audience of the exact definition of inequality used.
In its written findings regarding Legacy Traditional, AdvancEd states, “Operations staff members, teachers, administrators, students, and parents work collaboratively, deliberatively, and effectively to create and maintain learning environments that are clean, orderly, aesthetically attractive, and conducive to student learning and success.
It is the redistribution of power that enables have-not citizens, presently excluded from the political and economic processes, to be deliberatively included in the future.
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Kugelmass (2006) presented evidence that a culture of inclusion was something deliberatively sought and worked on which included the creation of structures within the school that provided fertile ground to develop and strengthen a shared commitment and vision to inclusive principles.
Ultimately, the empirical research suggests that judges--especially busy trial judges--reason intuitively much in the way that laypersons do, rather than deliberatively.