substitutive


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substitutive

(sŭb′stĭ-tū″tĭv) [L. substitutivus]
Causing a change or substitution of characteristics.
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based on a novel, can be both substitutive of and complementary to the
What makes the relational paradigm for ethics so difficult to understand and apply is that many of its key determinants such as loyalty, justice, entitlement, and trust can be removed from the context of the relationships that shaped them and applied in substitutive contexts.
In addition, the group without depression proposed an alternative with substitutive structure, i.
Finally, note that although the studies recognizing the complementarity between R&D cooperation and internal R&D at present are the ones that predominate (SERRANO-BEDIA; LOPEZFERNANDEZ; GARCIA-PIQUERES, 2012; SCHMIEDEBERG, 2008); also, recent empirical studies have found a substitutive relationship between these two types of innovation (JIRJAHM; KRAFT, 2011).
But while Nagel and Wood posit that the substitutive virtues inherent in medieval devotional practices and their demonstrated ability to link ancient prototypes to the early modern images of Renaissance painters eschew a linear chronology, Casper contends instead that El Greco's creative performance supersedes all medieval substitutive inclinations (37, 140).
Extrapolating from the evidence obtained from the study of S-S relations, we considered it likely that substitutive processes could also account for all of these types of psychological interactions.
Every concept in socialism has its substitutive counter-concept in Americanism,'' Samson wrote, "and that is why the socialist argument falls so fruitlessly on the American ear.
Locke's views drew closer to classical notions, because the contract is not substitutive (as in Hobbes) but subsidiary to natural sociability.
The implied substitutive union between one black man's images and another black man's feelings might lead one to believe that Wright is invested in creating that totalizing narrative of black community.
There's a whole line of microeconomic theory that considers whether capital and skills are complementary or substitutive.
Currently, studies on the relationship between trade and investment at home and abroad suggest that there're three kinds of relations: substitutive relation; complementary relation and uncertainty relation.