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intellection

The act or process of performing a mental act.
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Intellective's Unity platform, combined with IBM Datacap, provides the ability to develop and deploy business applications and automate workflows.
(110) More specifically, it is the intellective perception of one's ethical agency in its concrete specificity as exemplifying an ethical universal.
Now, for the Perceptible, I understand seeing, tasting, hearing, feeling [9], imagining, (13) remembering; it is not necessary to speak of others such, just as it is not necessary also to speak of the Intellective Soul, since it isn't relevant to this purpose of the voice.
Unlike intellective variables, nonintellective variables are more context-specific and through meta-cognitive processes can be more easily adjusted (e.g., Wolters, 1998).
And yet, a charitable reading of Montaigne's essays would invite us to draw a distinction between Montaigne's stated, explicit subject (excrement or youthful sex or his peculiar habits of eating) and the implied significance: the lightness and weightiness of being human, the more general lessons to be read off of his personal anecdotes, the disinterested interest to be taken in the meaning of being an embodied, sentient, intellective, humorous creature.
This work shares many points with the most recent published on the topic [5, 6, 42]; the principal and most significant of them is that NPS are the most salient aspects of PDD intellective disruption and the most relevant for their caregivers.
Its ultimate goal is to optimize intellective economic process and innovation system.
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Engraved by such masters as Philips Galle, Hendrick Goltzius, Boetius a Bolswert, and Jan, Hieronymus, and Antoon Wierix, among others, these prints served to mobilize the votary's sensitive and intellective faculties, harnessing them to the task of restoring the soul's likeness to Christ the Word made flesh.
Diversity of intellective and non-intellective characteristics between persisting and non-persisting students among campuses.