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1(approach/attitude) normativo(attitude/approach) prescriptivonormative grammar — gramática normativa feminine
- So completely normative is this notion of clock-time that everyone in this busy age seems to be run by it.
- Machiavelli's aim was to give truthful advice, declining to allow normative judgements to interfere.
- Thus what they say mutates into the normative truths of a culture.
- The egoist's basic normative judgment is directed not to behaviours, but to his particular end.
- They will expect the author to work toward a normative standard in theory and practice.
- On the contrary, it is driven by power and the quest to annihilate the normative order.
- He is backing a proposal whose purpose is to destroy normative values of behaviour.
- However, they contend that the moral/judicial law remains normative for the individual as well as the nation.
- I went in and looked, and paid my respects to a certain normative ideal.
- Power politics would freely degenerate into chaos and violence if there were not normative rules in place.
- The results of this study show that normative pressures of the foot and leg are consistent.
- More frightening, though, was the use of asymmetries of will and of normative behaviour.
- Nevertheless, it can and ought to be an essential normative influence in a chaotic world.
- As we have seen, the normative expectation is that a wife's primary commitment will be to her husband and her home.
- Borders of lifestyles are specified, rather than normative standards of living.
- There is a tension between the interior of the characters and their normative lives.
- Thus, with the test, when you buy it, you will get a booklet of normative scores, or norms.
- To phrase the first insight simply, deviance will occur because of normative pluralism.
- Nowadays Butler appears to confound normative ideals with something more absolute.
- Whether it is normative or not depends largely on whether it will gain wide acceptance.
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