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- n. A person who deliberates
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who deliberates.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See deliberater.
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This change was led by the Nerd-in-Chief himself who, despite his ability to take it to the hoop, is more policy wonk than saber rattler, more deliberator than agitator, more tortoise than hare.
Yes, a deliberator may sensibly assign probabilities to any events, including her acts.
Since even the desideratum of practical coherence is subject to such re-specification, this holistic possibility really does represent an alternative to commensuration, as the deliberator, and not some coherence standard, retains reflective sovereignty
As in Ann's case, we can see in certain contexts that a deliberator is likely to get things wrong if he or she acts on his or her perception of the first-order reasons.
Unlike agent-relativity or agent-neutrality, deliberator relativity and deliberator neutrality cannot simply be
BROWN: Well, Ray was more, as the book says, the deliberator.
But our deliberator quickly perceived that it would not do for him to meddle in this infamous negotiation; and, without pondering over it any longer, he resolved to open his mind to Doctor Azzecca-Garbugli; so far, that is, as was necessary to make him acquainted with his desire.
He who has few names is in so far forth an incompetent deliberator.
Far from being the sort of impulsive, gut-spilling artist implied by the term "action painting," he was a deliberator.
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