Traducción de deliberative en español:


deliberante, adj.

Pronunciación /dəˈlɪbəreɪdɪv/ /dəˈlɪb(ə)rədɪv/ /dɪˈlɪb(ə)rətɪv/

Ver definición en español de deliberante


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    • This third way of using primary sources engages students in deliberative discussions beginning with a seminal document.
    • The exception that proves the rule is the deliberative assembly.
    • By that, he included the power to take part in the assembly, the deliberative gathering of all citizens who then voted on proposals in war, peace, and anything else.
    • They take a very sober, thoughtful, deliberative look at a situation.
    • Brain activity decreased in the dorsolateral prefontal cortex, which is associated with deliberative thought.
    • There's something wistfully pinheaded about deliberative democracy - it sounds a lot like law school.
    • When we respond emotionally to situations, for example, we usually do so without extensive deliberative thought or analysis.
    • Desires are resilient, in this sense, when they are unresponsive to the agent's own deliberative reflection.
    • And therefore, it wasn't considered and wasn't part of the deliberative process.
    • It's easy to forget that the Senate is considered by some to be a deliberative body.
    • This discussion has been about the structure of deliberative commitments.
    • It is also deliberative, interactive and empowering.
    • And I think on that issue the caucus has to say, no, we will have a deliberative process and look at options to give us a real reform bill.
    • Do these not include the expressive and deliberative interests people have in formulating their own conceptions of the good life?
    • There's a deliberative process and that decision will be made.
    • Do we have jurors kind of freelancing, making their own decisions, not willing to be a part of the deliberative process anymore?
    • But science is unsuited to such deliberative processes.
    • But at no point does anyone engage in any real deliberative legal analysis about the actual legality of the orders.
    • The Senate describes itself, without apparent irony or hint of self-awareness, as the world's greatest deliberative body.
    • As such, they're going to be a lot safer, a lot more deliberative, and a lot more intelligent about basic decisions.