Cognoscitive

Cog`nos´ci`tive


a.1.Having the power of knowing.
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And this specifies faith, the way any cognoscitive habit has its species from the reason [ratione] by which it assents to anything.
Mini-mental Cognoscitive Exam--Spanish adaptation] Madrid, Spain: Tea Ediciones SA.
It is hardly surprising to find hybrid traits in the planning of most formative offers in Europe if we take into account the complexity of educational policy, in which cognoscitive, practical and evaluative elements interact, including some deconstructionist traits that try to reread and even deny the foundations of culture.
Contrary to the passive, disinterested, contemplative and aesthetic attitude, vis-a-vis irrational phenomena, there is the active, systematic, organizing, cognoscitive attitude, when the same phenomena are considered to be associative, partial, and significant events in the true domain of our immediate and practical life experience.
Communication relies on shared cognoscitive powers, succeeding insofar as shared mental constructs, background, concerns, presuppositions, and so on, allow for common perspectives to be (more or less) attained.
La Socioterminologie s'efforce donc d'introduire la Terminologie dans une pratique sociale qui est celle de tout discours, y compris le discours metaterminologique, en vue de l'examiner en tant qu'activite sociale et cognoscitive.
During this process, the student is to become transformed through a sequence of active work, becoming enriched not only at the cognoscitive level, but also in skills, aptitudes, interests, ideals, etc.
The paper also recognizes the importance of the cognoscitive preparation, the favorable attitude and the recurrent education engaged in the approach of andragogy that allows to harmonize the work and the qualification or the process of upgrading the skills, that is to say, "To learn working" (Adam and Aker, 1986).
Influence of the use of self-learning strategies in the cognoscitive performance of the university student
In HH multiple physiological processes are affected, for example breath, circulation, intermediary and specific metabolism, and cognoscitive capacity (Guyton & Hall).
This exposition corresponds to distinct approaches, such as the psychoanalytic theory, cognoscitive therapeutic models, behavioral theories, personality models, and stress approach, mainly.
I maintain that on the formulation of Leibniz's ontological argument, one can find the cognoscitive subject.