cognitivity

cognitivity

(ˌkɒɡnɪˈtɪvɪtɪ)
n
the state of being cognitive
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However, since phenomenology itself provides neither cognitivity nor science, they return to traditional (non-phenomenological) work, preserving at best only its name--"phenomenology".
the cognitivity of religious language, it has been enormously beneficial to the development of Hick's own version of religious pluralism" (p.
In this work the architecture of cognitivity brokerage framework [21] is used.
An antidote to anxieties and seeds of fear, infinity eventually de-psychologizes and demonopolizes the reptilian command over our cognitivity. (26)
This means that CR/SDR deployment in the commercial markets need to be underpinned by a viable business model and the ability to compete with similar applications offered in other bands without cognitivity (European Commission 2009c: 20).
Traditionally (ever since the age of cognitivity (4)), humans are the most unpredictable element, a variable for the rationalized, bureaucratic systems, so it is an imperative for the McOrganization to (pacify through) control.
Kellenberger, James, 1985, The Cognitivity of Religion: Three
Regarding the "content" is made to ergonomics survey information cognitivity involved, based on perception and reasoning and decision topoergonomics, which deals with research and dimensional design of machines, control bodies of working places according to human anthropometric data, and bio ergonomics referring to the phenomenon of fatigue of human body in relation to elements of work organization.
The brain activity was distinctive in the prefrontal and medialfrontal cortex, regions that are considered critical for social interactions, which Azari termed "relational cognitivity." This can be compared with findings obtained by Newberg's (2006) meditating Buddhist monks, which showed brain activation in regions that mediate changes in the orientation of the body/self in space.
Knowing the Real: John Hick on the Cognitivity of Religions and Religious Pluralism
99) (as is the case for Husserl), where "both knowledge and action are embraced by what Heidegger calls the open space [das Offene], a metaphor serving to illustrate the condition of the possibility of their cognitivity" (p.
(John's text, again:) "All musical structure derives from repetition.": the initiatory alert for an assault on the mutual opacity of cognitivity and sensibility: (Roland Barthes's text: (5))"...
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