cognitive faculties

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This is a novel about disability and the human depth that is left behind after the loss of physical and cognitive faculties.
It is striking that our brute instincts, rather than our celebrated higher cognitive faculties, are what lead to such moral acts.
A mind is the set of cognitive faculties that enables consciousness, perception, thinking, judgment, and memory.
It's not just about Baby Boomers looking to maintain their cognitive faculties or address joint pain; young people are also focused on healthful living and preventing the issues they may see their parents dealing with.
Summary: Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's mental and cognitive faculties are intact and he will continue to govern, the ruling FLN party's chairman said on Friday, in comments aimed at quashing rumours over the ageing leader's health.
The way that Kant characterizes cognitive faculties such as sensibility, understanding, and apperception does give prima facie evidence for a functionalist interpretation.
Evolutionary biologists have claimed that evidence has emerged which suggests that some animals actually have cognitive faculties that are superior to those possessed by human beings, the Independent reported.
Attached to the wall only by its outstretched trunk, this massive gray centerpiece set the tone of the exhibition, which simultaneously heightened awareness of one's own physicality and challenged viewers' cognitive faculties.
Astoundingly, his argument ignores the most basic statement of Darwinism --natural selection--by alleging that human cognitive faculties couldn't possibly have evolved to be as reliable as they are under evolution and naturalism.
In summary form, his argument goes as follows: if evolution and naturalism were both true, then the probability of the reliability of our cognitive faculties as truthful (or truth conducive) would be low.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Findings of a new study showed that all seniors, even those considered frail, can enjoy the benefits of exercise in terms of their physical and cognitive faculties and quality of life.
Such a flawed notion should be rejected in order for us to retain, develop or regain our cognitive faculties.

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