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Posited

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Posited (from the Latin word for “placed”) is where a planet is located or placed in an astrological chart.

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This principle is decisive because it names that power by which values are posited, while Heidegger's meditation on this principle in the 1930's brings him closer to unveiling modernity's one-dimensional disclosure of beings through Machenschaft as merely that which "stands in reserve" (Gestell) as a resource for consumption.
One study examined prevalence rates for school-age youth and posited that 9% to 11% of all school-age youth met diagnostic criterion for eating disorders (cited in Reijonen et al.
This computational aided optimization is posited in the hope that a full synthesis between algorithmic design and intuitive creativity is reached.
As posited by the Oriental doctrine of wu wei, one may freely--and quite literally--open one's mind to random neurophysiological inputs and still claim personal responsibility for that act of openness, if not sole authorship for its consequences.
They have posited death in the form of crystalline inertia (Robert Smithson), weightless dispersion (Andy Warhol), theatrical entombment (Paul Thek), subterranean surveillance (Bruce Nauman), ritualized grief (Gordon Matta-Clark), or delusional grandeur (Bas Jan Ader).
So the idea is now posited that this may be the solution for all of Canada.
Here Mostern argues that the enduring popularity of The Autobiography of Malcolm X constituted a radical new mode of articulating Blackness because it posited four racial consciousnesses that translate into four different narrative voices and narratives--the hustler, the sexual black man, the gender conscious and/or misogynistic Black man, and the educated and/or transformed Black man.
The utopian visions posited by these changes and the contradictions inherent in them are viewed as central to the emergence of modern notions of political and social praxes.