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Definition of Discursiveness
DiscursivenessDiscursive Dis*cur"sive, a. [Cf. F. discursif. See
Discourse, and cf. Discoursive.]
1. Passing from one thing to another; ranging over a wide
field; roving; digressive; desultory. ``Discursive
notices.' --De Quincey.
The power he [Shakespeare] delights to show is not
intense, but discursive. --Hazlitt.
A man rather tacit than discursive. --Carlyle.
2. Reasoning; proceeding from one ground to another, as in
Reason is her being, Discursive or intuitive.
-- Dis*cur"sive*ly, adv. -- Dis*cur"sive*ness, n.
Meaning of Discursiveness from wikipedia
is an adjective
from the word discourse
and may refer specifically
complex, a methodological device
the statements, objects, or subjects
of the discourse. The term discursive formation identifies
and describes written
and spoken statements
- and abductive
drew a distinction between logical discursive reasoning
(reason proper), and intuitive
reasoning, in which
- Discursive psychology
(DP) is a form of discourse analysis
on psychological themes
in talk, text, and images. As a counter
- Discursive dilemma
or doctrinal paradox
is a paradox
in social choice
theory. The paradox
is that aggregating judgments
with majority voting
- Discursive deracialization
is a term used for the rhetorical removal
of 'race' from potentially racially motivated
arguments. Earlier known
- The word discursive
is closely related
to the word discourse, which refers
to "communication of ideas". In a society there
are competing discourses
- The notion
of the 'discursive
complex' was developed
by Ian Parker
the twofold nature
culture. In his 1997 book...
of the Earth, The Borgias, The White Queen
and for his discursive Natural History
A Crowd. Oakes
was born in Salisbury, Wiltshire...
- International Society
for New Institutional
Economics) in 1997. Proponents
institutionalism, such as Vivien
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