thinkingly

thinkingly

(ˈθɪŋkɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a thinking or conscious manner
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Somehow, perceptiveness, insight, and feeling are instantly realized in a mode of acting that is tensed with a certain thoughtfulness or thinking attentiveness; tact could be defined as a thinkingly acting, (p.
to re-member the moral grounds of speaking" (38) and to ask "how ought we live thinkingly amidst the un-thought without losing our souls to self-interest" (37).
When man is engaged in whakaaro, one is at the whim, to a certain extent, of the unpredictable nature of the seen and unseen aspects of the world, meaning that one is thinkingly in the thrall of Being.
Can they help us act differently, think more actively, and feel more thinkingly? If the answer is yes-and I think it is--then they are intensifiers of existence, and produce what I just called a surplus-value of life.
It occurs at the level on which bodies think more actively and feel more thinkingly, toward acting differently together.
Although his formulation of the question for philosophy follows from and as a development of his commitment to the political project of autonomy, from the perspective we are exploring, the question that the thinker raises comes after the answer as a way of reminding one that the real challenge springs from the answer which must be thinkingly articulated.
Being committed to the political project in the current conditions, one must thinkingly create the (idea of the) autonomous collective, the social-historical gathering of free individuals as creators of their society, and this thinking must be enacted as integral to the realization of the project of autonomy itself.
'DIFFERENT THINKINGLY' is a grammatically jolting company strap-line to parade on your marketing literature, but Rebecca Howard couldn't care less.
The TV programme Big Brother has highlighted how some people are thinkingly or unthinkingly prejudiced.
We are told that the philosopher "speaks thinkingly `from enowning" (p.
'Mindfulness refers to acting with attention, intention, and control: When people act thinkingly [i.e., mindfully], they pay close attention to what is happening .
Thus, by making us aware of difficulties of which we had been previously unaware, it forces us to look thinkingly at what we do unthinkingly, all too unthinkingly.