presentive

presentive

(prɪˈzɛntɪv)
n
a word that presents an object to the mind
adj
relating to a word that presents an object to the mind
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We can speak also about the strongly presentive history with the pronounced opposition between the present and the past.
KARACHI, November 02, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Pakistan Edible/Cooking Oil Industry has demanded Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) to consider the three percent Presentive Tax as final payment which was collected in the beginning of the current year - and that the industry would go to Court if the Board rejects the demand.
Schelling's thesis that the act that lies behind such becoming-known can itself be known, itself an object, means that it too can take advantage of itself as the opportunity for being expressed, for being a "for the sake of which" the presentive power of knowing is being exercised.