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working out the result of a multiplication); and believing, which is a propositional attitude, and not a cognitive or cogitative process (for further distinctions and details, see Bennett & Hacker 2003, pp.
The inference of Libera, as regards Dietrich's theory, seems to be that while the intellect intellects independently and on autonomous ground, the cogitative power, which proceeds by the aid abstract representations achieved out of sensual perceptions (ens naturae), is needed to prepare the intellect in human for the act of intellectualization, that is, the cogitativum brings the mind to the disposition where it could grasp intellectually the world (Libera 2009:57-62, also Flasch 2008a:94-99).
Nevertheless, often mistakes in this category of experiment convince of an inefficiency of cogitative operations not only at students, but also at physicians, and teachers, including professors.
Hence, one of work major principles of the project methodology is granting of a real autonomy and possibility of display of the initiative and independence in process actively informative cogitative activity to the trainee.
The consequences of this are decreased cogitative capacity of the next generation, decreased work productivity, increased maternal deaths, increased disease and increased birth defects.
Concerning the former, a solution could be sought in Aquinas's claims about the cogitative power and experimentum (cf.
This is the introductory volume of a planned trilogy providing a philosophical overview of human nature that Hacker (emeritus, St John's College, Oxford, UK) intends to extend in later volumes preliminarily titled Human Nature: The Cognitive and Cogitative Powers and Human Nature: The Affective and Moral Powers.
Hence, we need to evaluate the possible number of spins involved in a given cogitative process during normal or extreme vital activity.
In other words, Landino interprets the narrative sequence in the light of a set of philosophical concepts by which he demonstrates the protagonist's reactions to be the result of the combined operations of his sense of sight and his imaginative and cogitative faculties:
Crows are the most intelligent of all birds, equivalent to most dogs, and have cerebral traits with cogitative capabilities previously only credited to primates.
The primary barriers to the development of new drugs are cogitative.
This is perhaps the deepest implication of Claudius's reference to the cogitative process which "doth hourly grow / Out of his brows" (3.