Origin of presentative
Examples from the Web for presentative
Historical Examples of presentative
Acting in Elizabethan days was a presentative, rather than a representative, art.The Theory of the Theatre
If we wish to cultivate the Representative faculties, we must begin by cultivating the Presentative faculties.Thought-Culture
William Walker Atkinson
We have seen that "Ultimate Scientific Ideas are all" presentative "of realities" which can "be comprehended."
Dewey favors the naïve standpoint, and affirms that presentative realism is tainted by an epistemological subjectivism.
In opposition to presentative realism, Dewey offers his 'naturalistic' interpretation of knowledge.
- able to be known or perceived immediately
- capable of knowing or perceiving in this way