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understanding

Philosophy archaic the mind, esp the faculty of reason

understanding

see MEANINGFUL UNDERSTANDING AND EXPLANATION, VERSTEHEN.
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A great deal remains to be understood about how to help teachers contextualize inquiry embedded thinking processes such as scaffolding, dialogue, coaching, and development of shared purpose as tools for leadership.
Johnson's Buddhist perspective accounts for much of what can be understood from his fiction.
Of course the difficulty begins with how democracy is understood, and in particular, radical democracy.
Generally, it is good practice to go back to the sources to make sure the original questions asked were understood and the reported data is correct.
something that might be understood. To use an analogy, let us say two
Each individual is deeply complex and cannot truly be understood in all facets of his or her existence.
They suggested that there are structural processes observed in groups that are best understood by networks.
WHILE THE NAME of Guy Debord has become one of the mindlessly repeated mantras of the past four decades via the invocation of his important and influential Society of the Spectacle (1967), he is little read and even less understood. The publication in English, for the first time, of both volumes of Debord's autobiographical Panegyric (which originally appeared in French in 1989 and 1997, respectively) remains, nonetheless, an event of note.
When the disciples have understood the proper role of the Messiah, they recognize the one who serves them a meal as the risen Jesus.
* Methods for downscaling variables such as a country's gross domestic product to regional and local scales: The mechanics of downscaling national variables, particularly those that are unevenly distributed across a population, need to be understood.
Many physicians can point to the informed consent document and show that it was provided and signed; yet, verifying a document was signed and ensuring that a patient understood the material are two vastly different acts.
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