discursive definition

  • adjective:
    • Covering an extensive industry of subjects; rambling.
    • Proceeding to a conclusion through reason in the place of intuition.
    • looking after digress from main point; rambling.
    • making use of explanation and argument versus instinct.
    • moving from a single thing to a different; varying over a broad field; roving; digressive; desultory.
    • thinking; proceeding in one ground to another, as in thinking; argumentative.
    • proceeding to a conclusion by explanation or argument versus instinct
    • (of e.g. speech and writing) maintaining depart from the primary point or cover many topics
    • addressing a broad industry of subjects; rambling.
    • Proceeding to a conclusion through reason instead of intuition.
    • maintaining digress from primary point; rambling.
    • making use of explanation and argument as opposed to intuition.
    • moving in one thing to a different; varying over an extensive field; roving; digressive; desultory.
    • thinking; continuing from a single ground to another, as with reasoning; argumentative.
    • proceeding to a conclusion by reason or argument in the place of instinct
    • (of e.g. address and writing) maintaining leave from primary point or protect many subjects
  • others:
    • Relating to the understanding, and/or active center of once you understand or of forming conclusions; ratiocinative: in opposition to intuitive.
    • Passing quickly from susceptible to another; desultory; rambling; digressional.
    • Passing over an object, such as running the eye across parts of a large item of eyesight.
    • Relating to the comprehension, and/or energetic center of understanding or of forming conclusions; ratiocinative: in opposition to intuitive.
    • Passing rapidly from 1 susceptible to another; desultory; rambling; digressional.
    • Passing over an object, as in working the attention over the areas of a large item of sight.

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