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mind·set

or mind-set  (mīnd′sĕt′)
n.
1. A fixed mental attitude or disposition that predetermines a person's responses to and interpretations of situations.
2. An inclination or a habit.

mind-set

n
(Psychology) the ideas and attitudes with which a person approaches a situation, esp when these are seen as being difficult to alter

mind′-set`

or mind′set`,



n.
1. a fixed attitude or state of mind.
2. intention; inclination.
[1925–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mind-set - a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situationsmind-set - a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situations
attitude, mental attitude - a complex mental state involving beliefs and feelings and values and dispositions to act in certain ways; "he had the attitude that work was fun"

mind-set

noun attitudes, view, perspective, position, stance, outlook, world view Their greatest challenge is understanding their customers' mind-set.
Translations

mind-set

[ˈmaɪndset] Nactitud f, disposición f
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Boyd wrote about a hypocritical "churchianity," which he associated with a church mind-set "sorely afraid of the senses, yet [it] secretly yearned for the release of pent-up feeling and repressed passion."
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It's designed to help them get back to work and back into the mind-set sooner.
The influence is distracting, but it does seem to be a schoolboy crush: Anderson is more self-assured in paintings such as Welcome Series: Carib, 2005, a zingy interior interpenetrated with exterior views, mixing reflections of a cafe milieu (electric fans, banquettes, posters) with whitewashed architecture behind a stinging diamond-patterned grid that one takes for a window; the WELCOME written across it is presumably ironic, given that the work would seem to convey a divided mind-set, a soul nowhere at home.
Even more, their mind-set at times shows itself with animosity and threats.
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Nowhere in his response does Professor Kiple show he is aware that one of the first tasks of an historian is to assess the nature of the written evidence left over from the past which she/he uses: who wrote it?; for what purpose was it written?; what were the biases and prejudices of the authors?; what, if anything does this evidence tell us about past reality, as opposed to the mind-set of the authors?
That is, our propensity to succeed will always be a direct result of our mind-set. "Let me tell you the secret that has led me to my goal.
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