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- adj. expressive of or pertaining to attitude
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- adj. Relating to attitude.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining or relating to attitude.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to attitudes
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The American Dream: A Short History of an Idea That Shaped a Nation, says he expects long-term attitudinal changes prompted by what he calls "structural changes in the global economy."
Psychic acts have contents that are related to the objects of the world by means of what Dilthey calls attitudinal stances.
One way of understanding (Hyslop, 1995, chapter 8) what has been called the attitudinal approach to other minds (Wittgenstein, 1953, p. 178) is to see it as a variant of the criterial solution; but going beyond other uses of criteria in insisting that our conception of other human figures is that they are souls, have experiences.
Argar said: "Alongside effective management of the licensing, enforcement and health challenges excessive alcohol consumption brings about today, the bigger challenge is to engender a long-term attitudinal and cultural change, where people are not demonised for enjoying a social drink, but equally are not encouraged to drink to excess.
There were three aspects - skills training, career enhancement, previously called attitudinal development, and the very important entrepreneurship where youths are taught how to set up a business and all ancillary matters.
The political scientists Jeffrey Segal and Harold Spaeth formulated what they call an "attitudinal" model of the court, which holds that the "attitudes" political beliefs, personal feelings, etc. of justices are the most important determinants of rulings.
Mr. Rumsfeld makes a fairly transparent attempt to pack NATO with countries that are more willing to follow America's lead, but whatever "attitudinal" change these prospective members may promise to bring to the alliance, there's nothing that guarantees that they would prove stalwart supporters of American policies once they are safely beneath NATO's umbrella.
At least I get to go gaga over the "attitudinal" models.
I think that the advent of the Internet and the advent of much more modern telecommunications has really affected this kind of attitudinal change.
All of us have got to create the kind of attitudinal environment that our kids need to keep off of drugs.