educatedness

educatedness

(ˈɛdjʊˌkeɪtɪdnəs)
n
(Education) the quality of being educated
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Early Childhood Development (ECD) and Educatedness in an Afro-Zimbabwean Context-The Role of Philosophy of Hunhu/Ubuntu.
For one thing, dialectical excellence demands high intellectual standards along with what Aristotle calls paideia, the general educatedness that makes a person a good judge in every area of life that calls for judgment.
"I thought it was going to be lower than here but it's actually the same or probably even better," he says of the Mexican students' educatedness.
opas-n-o:st uce-n-o:st ljubaz-n-o:st praz-n-ost (2) danger-Adj-ost learned-Adj-ost kind-Adj-ost empty-Adj-ost 'dangerousness' 'educatedness' 'kindness' 'emptiness' In the history of Serbian stress system, there was a period during which stress in each word where it was possible moved one place to the left, developing thereby a rising tone in place of the earlier falling tone, (hence falling tones survived only in words where the stress was on the initial syllable).
Purpose: To get beyond religious, philosophic, and political definitions of educatedness by going empirical.
Like facility in the use of grammatical constructions, this too has its 'utility', the prime factor which, for Cobbett senior, had legitimized linguistic consideration; it is this that James Paul consistently stresses, aiming to facilitate acquisition of this further aspect of the 'standard' and hence to enable speakers to obviate unjust assumptions about intelligence or educatedness, vulgarity or ignorance, merely on the grounds of the articulatory solecisms they may otherwise, unwittingly, commit.
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