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- adj. Having foresight; prescient
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Sagacious; prudent; provident for the future.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Foreseeing; prescient; provident.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. planning prudently for the future
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If teleology (i.e. pre-existing or "foresighted" design) were necessary to bring about those objects and processes we observe in nature, then it would be necessary to infer their existence and operation.
The only way it will help is if the game mechanic explicitly makes a challenge out of trading off between short-term rewards and long-term investments, thereby implicitly training that kind of foresighted thinking.
If you'd like to save a few trees and join me in honoring a foresighted teacher and impish free spirit, now is the time to store the Christmas cards on your mantel for re-use next year.
Brent tragically lost his life after the agreement was reached, and as I listened to Deirdre, I wondered that if we had foresighted politicians in Ohio years before -- public officials who could see that there was a gap in the law and that something needed to be done -- this young man could still be with us today.
Oregon quality of life is worth paying for and most foresighted corporations and wealthy people know it.
"The great quake that hit Japan, in particular, underscores the urgency to conduct in a foresighted and successful manner research into earthquake and volcanic activities on the Korean Peninsula as it is geographically located close to that country," the letter said.
Ruben was a great guy, and a perceptive and foresighted staffer.
It's results are at odds with the prevailing theory, because proponents contend that the prevailing theory is not up to the challenge of producing certain effects without front-loading by a foresighted system/mechanism.
CJYman: Or, to bring it down to a more fundamental mathematical level, will law and chance * absent* any front-loading by a previous foresighted system/mechanism produce specific effects (ie: CSI)?
As an example, is there any evidence that an evolutionary algorithm will produce a proofreading system to minimize and counter errors in information compiling absent any front loaded organization seeded by a previous foresighted system/mechanism?