It seems to me, however, that the accounts of ethics and politics ought to be read correctively
, since the positive and negative aspects are parallel and have parallel functions.
How can this be measured correctively
and individually, to improve outcomes for competent practitioners and for patient safety?
But then Michael Coren wrote correctively
of "Hollywood's double standard:" "I'm far [angrier] with Hollywood than I am with Mel Gibson, who is now the talk of a Hollywood boycott.
It's not the done thing," characters advise one another correctively
at key points in "Walk Two Moons," a spunky, mostly sparkling new stage adaptation of Sharon Creech's Newbery-winning children's book.
CAE's projects aim to correctively
demystify biotechnology through "appropriation of the products and processes developed by imperial powers.
It may not be merely that of a male gaze: not all males view with a pradigmatically masculinist gaze; and some females (clearly, not all) may gaze in a masculinist way, as part of their obligation to support the patriarchal interpretation of the female body (that is, they may not see these images erotically, but they are likely to see them correctively
, in terms of the degree to which they confirm to the woman's obligation to support patriarchal norms); and they may be viewed by some lesbians who reinscribe the masculinist details (the "lure of the mannish lesbian" in De Lauretis's terms).
The suggestions form correctively
conditioned responses to triggers.
Once discovered by reflection and systematized, rules of inductive logic (16) can be used directively and correctively
in the scientific investigation of nature.
Schwartz moves easily between this intellectual background and the imaginative text, and what emerges is a new way of reading the novel, one that shows Lewis correctively
yet also constructively engaged with the popular evolutionary thinking of his own day.