23) under the influence of Aristotelian logic and its emphasis on ratiocinative
In the most fundamental sense, the hymnodic gospel affirmed beliefs that could be ratified by the spiritual experience of the faithful and therefore be cast in narrative rather than ratiocinative
His perception is grounded in a refreshing awareness that Humanist practice in general had this kind of dimension: "Renaissance humanism itself cannot be comprehended fully as ratiocinative
Crucially, McNair - clearly a chap of unusual ratiocinative
gifts - wants players empowered to decide not the result of a game but the duration, which is even better.
Kennedy's message is unmistakably that ratiocinative
white culture kills-not only the black se lf/soul but also, simultaneously, the other constructed selves.
Because Poe's ratiocinative
work--his mysteries as much as his puzzles--is about the pleasure of solution, of thinking methodically for its own sake.
mode of thought emerged slowly from the shadows of spirituality.
The figure of the psychoanalyst doubles with that of the detective, as an agent bent on interpreting clues and symbols, a figure of power who applies ratiocinative
skills to a particular text.
Verse rises 'from the intellectual, even ratiocinative
faculty; poetry from deeper levels of our consciousness, and the subconscious, from the whole man, heart and mind.
1072/1661-2), in whose thinking "a ratiocinative
philosophy, a rational theology, and an arational intuitive Sufi path" appear as three hierarchical levels of inquiry on the way to Truth (p.
See John Smart Mill, A System of Logic, Ratiocinative
and Inductive; Being a Connected View of the Principles of Evidence and the Methods of Scientific Investigation (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1973-4).
Despite his gumshoe appellation, Banks never gets to exhibit ratiocinative
brilliance or to engage in intricate spadework.