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“It's called cognative dissonance, and I elevate it to a high art form.”
“It's what is called cognative dissonance I believe but I'm no psycologist so what do I know.”
“Walter Ong approaches one of the central topics for developing a wholistic understanding of older mythic traditions – the linguistic, semiotic, and cognative differences which separate oral and literate traditions.”
“When your dad is cheating on your mom … I think it causes cognative damage.”
“So constructed, the mind of the liberal is capable of encompasing a wide range of juxtaposed constructs, which, in the mind of non-liberals, would seem as if a mental disorder, but which is, in reality, merely a higher mental ordering of cognative heirarchies.”
“I wonder if any cognative thought passed through the photog's mind as she set up the shot, such as, Should I go over there and offer assistance to that hero, or should i just try to set up my shot in hopes of gaining the quintescential war shot.”
“Further they then generalize all mammalian brains as one thing - as though there is no difference among the cognative abilities of a whole slew of mammals out there.”
“You have to imagine that value voters lack core convictions -- an obvious bit of cognative dissonance -- to miss why it is that religious voters disapprove of the Democrats these days.”
“Well, I see this is a clear case of cognative dissonance as there is so much historical evidence PROVING that there are such groupings of people, and many in high places in commerce and politics.”
“They are telling us the he has cognative challenges.”
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