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inclination

 [in″klĭ-na´shun]
a sloping or leaning; the angle of deviation from a particular line or plane of reference.
inclination of the pelvis the angle between the plane of the pelvic inlet and the horizontal plane.

in·cli·na·tion

(in'kli-nā'shŭn), [TA]
1. A leaning or sloping.
2. In dentistry, deviation of the long axis of a tooth from the perpendicular.
Synonym(s): inclinatio [TA], version (3)
[L. inclinatio, a leaning]

inclination

/in·cli·na·tion/ (-klĭ-na´shun) a sloping or leaning; the angle of deviation from a particular line or plane of reference; in dentistry, the deviation of a tooth from the vertical.
pelvic inclination  the angle between the plane of the pelvic inlet and the horizontal plane.

in·cli·na·tion

(in'kli-nā'shŭn) [TA]
1. A leaning or sloping.
2. dentistry Deviation of the long axis of a tooth from the perpendicular.
Synonym(s): version (3) .
[L. inclinatio, a leaning]

inclination

leaning toward/away from a reference point

in·cli·na·tion

(in'kli-nā'shŭn) [TA]
In dentistry, deviation of the long axis of a tooth from the perpendicular.
[L. inclinatio, a leaning]

inclination (in´klinā´shən),

n the angle of slope from a particular item of reference.
inclination, axial,
n the alignment of a tooth in a vertical plane in relationship to its basal bone structure.
inclination, lateral condylar,
n the direction of the lateral condyle path.
inclination of tooth,
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12) Passions do permit reflection, unlike affects; but they prevent one from reflecting well by comparing them with other inclinations or with the sum of all inclinations.
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40) Acting according to reason does not mean, for those influenced by Kant, (41) a shaping or ordering by reason of what is given in the natural inclinations: what is naturally given, the appetites or natural inclinations, are seen not as reflecting the roots of the order of reason, but simply as "raw material," totally disconnected from or even opposed to reason.
There are certain feelings and inclinations that are natural to us that are contrary to morality as a matter of course.
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I argue that the best reading of the use of the beautiful in moral matters seems to be as a symbolic impetus to motivate agents to cultivate themselves into the "ruler" of their inclinations by showing them proof of the possibility of successfully pursuing the dictates of virtue.