Conative

• (a.) Of or pertaining to conation.
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conative

(kon´ә-tiv) pertaining to the basic strivings of a person, as expressed by behavior and actions.
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Conative

Co'na·tive adjective [ See Conatus .] Of or pertaining to conation. « This division of mind into the three great classes of the cognitive faculties, the feelings, . . . and the exertive or conative powers, . . . was first promulgated by Kant. Sir W. Hamilton. »
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conative

of, like or pertaining to purposeful action or desire
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conative

Pertaining to, or characterised by, conation. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Conative

Pertains to ones basic strivings as expressed in behaviour and actions
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conative

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon′ă-tiv Definitions: 1. Pertaining to, or characterized by, conation.
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