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in·tro·spec·tive

(in'trō-spek'tiv),
Relating to introspection.

in·tro·spec·tive

(in'trō-spek'tiv)
Relating to introspection.
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Explicit cognitions are introspectively accessible, while implicit processes operate outside of awareness.
Lewis includes this logic--that we know introspectively our conscience is somehow separate from us, giving us the Moral Law--as part of his moral argument for the existence of God.
Lang), the 12 songs on Hecht's new album paint an intimate portrait of the phases of a long-term relationship and a life introspectively lived.
That would be one of the many changes that would have to occur if the economics profession were to think more introspectively about the wider social--and indeed even religious--meaning of its own activities.
Introspectively, education acts as a weapon that can be used to change individuals in society for the betterment of life and living.
A significant component of Barrett's project is to use an analysis of these "voice-effects" to undo the traditional perception of Civil War poetry as introspectively shallow, arguing that all the writers she examines "move back and forth between writing from the self and writing to and for the nation" (11).
Visual experience is a disjunctive concept, being either a good case of being directly acquainted with a physical object or a bad case of merely being in a state that can be most fundamentally characterized as being introspectively indistinguishable by reflection alone from good cases.
Cloud computing and health care analytics are relatively new and powerful tools we can use as health care providers to look introspectively, collect data, and evaluate our performance as we strive to meet new quality measures and quality improvement guidelines in real time.
We are involved in that silence and we pause introspectively.
By reflecting on the experience of reading Wells's fiction, Conrad's compliment invokes two concepts that my analysis of The Invisible Man considers: what novels ask us to "see," and how that sight enables us to think something "beyond" what can be seen introspectively of ourselves.
The idea of this event is to get men to think more introspectively and to take responsibility," said Abraham.
During the programme, participants were encouraged to look more introspectively at their own behaviour patterns and to acquire sufficient information and understanding about how to increase their effectiveness in individual leadership development, conflict resolution, personal responsibility and accountability, team leadership and social responsibility.