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The goal of Experiment 3 was to ask subjects to think more deliberatively about the effect of liquidated damages on the moral context of breach of contract.
Rather than thinking through the problem deliberatively, which would have led them to rank-order options one and two as more likely than option four, we found the exact opposite.
47) By the "general will" of the public, I mean the will that is formed collectively and deliberatively by the people around the questions of what constitutes their generalizable interests and their political moral ideals.
For three years, the instructors, adjunct instructors, graduate students, and I devoted our energy to thinking through and deliberatively arguing about the disciplinary, pedagogical, and institutional matters implied by a programmatic shift from composition to rhetoric.
Because teaching is, by its nature, quite public, you might need to deliberatively carve out some time in the day to be by yourself.
The test was characterised as a 'legal' rather than an 'economic' test because it was deliberatively under-inclusive.
The essence of public health is that it seeks to benefit most in the population while acting deliberatively, transparently, and fairly.
23) Related to Huck "no more than a rabbit", it is Aunt Sally who most propitiously, appetitively and deliberatively (if obviously totally inadvertently), theatricalizes the point:
One can perceive or realize the human good more or less deliberatively, but the good itself--in general, happiness or eudaimonia--is final, perfect, self-sufficient.
Utvik rightly notes that a belief in absolute truth does not foreclose deliberatively rational engagement where outcomes are undetermined and where discussants are genuinely willing to see their views modified by interaction.
Total Systems Intervention (TSI), a meta-methodology developed more deliberatively for employing several systems methodologies complementarily with each other, first classifies a problematic situation in a two-dimensional space according to its characteristics and, then maps one or more methodologies to it (Flood and Jackson, 1991).
And the legislative record in Kimel was underwhelming--not because Congress had failed to act deliberatively, but because at the time the ADEA was enacted--before Seminole Tribe had been decided--no one thought the law needed to be justified under Section Five: It was plainly within the commerce power, as the Court had concluded in EEOC v.