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operative

Med of or relating to a surgical procedure
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As Liam Cole Young has suggested, "the only 'meaning' we may be able to attribute to [lists] is their operativity and indexicality", with "operativity" only ever assessable for the time being (2013, p.
Thus the approach under examination, which is based on repetition of the conditions of operativity of the firm even after the state [s.sub.o], can lead to inaccurate results (26), Consequently, where the co-evolutionary processes of learning/unlearning are considered important, it is necessary to incorporate the effects in the hypotheses and estimates underlying the profit exposure map (*a).
If being is something that should be achieved, it will be required to consider a will that makes it conceivable: as a putting-to-work, the command implies a will (the latter is the configuration that being takes in the ontology of command and operativity).
It is this operativity that gives thought back its place amongst nature.