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  • noun Plural form of ratiocination.

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Examples

  • Raman did not write any book on Sri Aurobindo... nor did he misuse the information access to him to rpove through an article or otherwise that Sri Aurobindo was a coward and a liar or that His adeshas were simply ratiocinations.

    Making new rules and regulations for the Ashram

  • Raman did not write any book on Sri Aurobindo... nor did he misuse the information access to him to rpove through an article or otherwise that Sri Aurobindo was a coward and a liar or that His adeshas were simply ratiocinations.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Heidegger's life without why is the renunciation of concepts and representations, of propositions and ratiocinations about Being; it lets Being be Being.

    enowning

  • Heidegger's life without why is the renunciation of concepts and representations, of propositions and ratiocinations about Being; it lets Being be Being.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Yet, ever and again, you will find him back at that little table, the manuscript in his hand, and the expansion of his ratiocinations about Utopia conscientiously resumed.

    A Modern Utopia

  • The process was nearly complete when the arrival of his nurse dissolved him into tears and scattered his bewildered ratiocinations.

    The Complete Stories

  • Edwards's laughable ratiocinations on Nelson's army career reminded me of the ungainly dances bees perform when they think they've discovered pay-flowers.

    Nelson Algren: An Exchange

  • Therefore, let us not be alarmed by vague and dreamy ratiocinations of evil, which had never been wanting on any occasion, and which never will be wanting so long as this is a free State, wherein every man can find full vent and scope for the expression, not only of his principles, but of his prejudices and his fears.

    The Grand Old Man

  • Hegel goes on to say that the philosophical under - standing of religion is “a sanctuary apart,” that those who serve it form “an isolated priestly order,” and that it is not the business of philosophy to predict what will emerge from this division between the religion of the people and the ratiocinations of philosophical critics.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • And whatever be, or may be, pretended unto the contrary, persons not convinced of sin, not humbled for it, are in all their ratiocinations about spiritual things, under the conduct of principles so vitiated and corrupted.

    The Doctrine of Justification by Faith

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