commonsense

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Adj.1.commonsense - exhibiting native good judgment; "arrive home at a reasonable hour"; "commonsense scholarship on the foibles of a genius"; "unlearned and commonsensical countryfolk were capable of solving problems that beset the more sophisticated"
reasonable, sensible - showing reason or sound judgment; "a sensible choice"; "a sensible person"
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commonsense

[ˈkɒmənˌsens] ADJracional, lógico
the commonsense thing to do islo lógico es ...
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Two commonsensibly recognized features of the "strength" of a desire (or want or goal) are usually omitted in philosophical, economic, and cognitive scientific accounts of motivation: (1) the degree to which a desire/want/ goal commands attention, and (2) the level of energy that a desire/want/goal would bring to an action that it motivates.
Most contemporary philosophers conceive what is commonsensibly called a "mind" to be some type of psychological system supported by a neurological system.(1) Token psychological features, such as individual perceptions, feelings, beliefs, desires, and emotions, are considered to be part of one psychological system because of the way they interact with other members of that system.
That what we commonsensibly call "minds" are really psychological systems supported by neurological systems has become widely accepted with the downfall of substance theories of psychological unity.