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adv.1.In a abstract manner; separately; in or by itself.
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So that every Rule, nay the best of human Rules, (l) the Rule of Reason it self consider'd abstractively (m) from any superiour authority, is not a Law, or a Rule iuncta cum imperio; But of this more hereafter.
As Vygotsky (1978) posited, when a learner synthesizes experiences mediated by the cultural tools and artifacts, a synthetical moment occurs as that learner reflects abstractively and is able to conceptualize meaning as a whole.
Now what can be seen is able to be known more perfectly than what can not be intuited, but known only abstractively.