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- critical features: being inquisitive and curious, being open-minded to different sides, being able to think systematically, being analytical, being persistent...
- The Absent-Minded Professor is a 1961 American science fiction comedy film produced by Walt Disney Productions and based on the short story "A Situation...
- aging, for example, can be seen as a symptom of compulsory able-bodiedness/able-mindedness, as can attempts to “treat” children who are slightly shorter...
- Psychological mindedness refers to a person's capacity for self-examination, self-reflection, introspection and personal insight. It includes an ability...
- to birth control methods, and full family planning autonomy for the able-minded, as well as compulsory segregation or sterilization for the "profoundly...
- John Simon. His re****tion among the British as a knowledgeable and able-minded statesman helped to enhance Anglo-German relations in the early 1930s...
- or double minded. Webster's Dictionary equates bad faith with "being of two hearts". "Double hearted" is translated also as "double minded", or "of two...
- possible." For general labor at the hospital, he suggested that the able-minded patients help maintain the hospital grounds and ****ist in duties in their...
- competent; being able to handle normal levels of stress, maintaining satisfying relationships, and leading an independent life; and being able to "bounce back"...
- Double-mindedness is a concept used in the philosophy and theology of the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard (1813–1855) as insincerity, egoism, or fear...