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consequential

(Deducible), adjective derivative, following, inferential, resultant, sequential
Associated concepts: consequential contempt, consequennial damages

consequential

(Substantial), adjective authoritative, considerable, eminent, great, important, influential, powerful, self-important, significant, weighty
See also: considerable, contingent, crucial, decisive, derivative, grave, important, influential, major, material, momentous, outstanding, powerful, prominent, remarkable, renowned, serious, strategic, substantial
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In terms of our specific study, there are a number of issues in conducting nonhypothetical experiments that should be addressed in a political context: hypothetical bias (difference between hypothetical and nonhypothetical responses), social isolation bias (difference between responses made in private and in public), and consequentiality (the perception that a participant's responses will have a real effect) are only three important topics that remain to be explored.
In foredooming the Shetland Language Variety (SLV) through the application of descriptors such as language shift, the existence and consequentiality of Shetlanders ' nascent socio-ideological language consciousness is entirely erased (sc.
Assuming these consequentiality and deontological principles, Beauchamp and Childress conclude that confidentiality is not an absolute condition of medical practice, but rather a prima facie obligation subject to infringement in order to meet a "strong conflicting and normal obligation" necessitated by idiosyncratic clinical circumstances.
To speak of what one believes one knows about communication is to conceal the presence and consequentiality of the theoretical apparatus.
Ratio-nal approaches; are deontology which enables deci-sion making, consequentiality which shows the ben-efits of the methods used, ethical principles which are used for making moral decisions, and the meri-torious conduct consistent with the character of the decision maker.
Consistent with our approach of project governance and management of ERP projects, we propose that three additional research phases are necessary to complete the study: 1) confirming a structure of ERP complexities model, 2) parsing information model to understand different elements of ERP identified in this paper and 3) assessing the consequentiality of ERP governance and management complexities in ERP project execution.
In fact, the coherence of a narration hinges not only on the continuity of its actant or actants but also on the consequentiality of its actions (although due weight may be attributed to causal undertakings or events, which will thus occur post hoc but not propter hoc).
For example, importance judgments have shown to be closely related to other properties, such as emotional intensity and consequentiality (McGaugh, 2003).
Syllogistically, it is said causality of scientific-based medicine and consequentiality of evidence-based medicine are the essence of the truthful therapeutic remedies for patients' illnesses.
History seen as violence was linked with pointing out negative consequentiality of WWII.
The first one is the logic of appropriateness advocated by constructivists and the second one is the logic of consequentiality advocated by rationalists, and each represent "opposing ideal-types" (32).
In other words, the point of departure for many economists is simply a bourgeois subject-form masked by the compartmentalised tunnel vision of technicians and their quasi consequentiality.