Definition of Enactive. Meaning of Enactive. Synonyms of Enactive

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Definition of Enactive

Enactive
Enactive En*act"ive, a. Having power to enact or establish as a law. --Abp. Bramhall.

Meaning of Enactive from wikipedia

- out that pragmatism is a forerunner of enactive and extended approaches to cognition. According to him, enactive conceptions of cognition can be found...
- available to someone using the enactive interface. This optimization involves visibility, affordance, and feedback. The enactive interface in the figure interprets...
- Bandura identifies four factors affecting self-efficacy. Experience, or "enactive attainment" – The experience of mastery is the most important factor determining...
- Reenactment or re-enactment may refer to: Consolidation bill, a bill that consolidates several Acts of Parliament into a single Act in the United Kingdom...
- Enactment may refer to: Enactment of a bill, when a bill becomes law Enacting formula, for****c words in a bill or act which introduce its provisions...
- lifestyle, intentional society, cooperative community, withdrawn community, enacted community, socialist colony, communistic society, collective settlement...
- An enacting clause, or enacting formula, is a short phrase that introduces the main provisions of a law enacted by a legislature. It usually declares the...
- question is repealed. A typical situation where an Act is repealed and re-enacted is where the law in the area is being updated but the law being repealed...
- approaches to science and philosophy, including radical constructivism, enactive cognitive science, second order cybernetics, biology of cognition and the...
- Advice and consent is an English phrase frequently used in enacting formulae of bills and in other legal or constitutional contexts. It describes either...