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Definition of Normativeness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Normativeness
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1. Basic Concepts in the Methodology of the Social Sciences by Johann Mouton, H. C. Marais (1988)
"Three aspects were emphasized: the rationality, historicity, and normativeness of man. In the preceding discussion we have presented ample evidence of ..."
2. Belief and Practice by Will Spens (1915)
"In the first place, it is obvious that the point to which I have just referred, the normativeness of the experience which the New Testament expresses, ..."
3. Human Nature and Its Remaking by William Ernest Hocking (1918)
"... rather than receiving laws from nature.2 2 For the most part, present writers seek to refer the phenomenon of the ' normativeness' of our values to some ..."
4. Justice as Prevention: Vetting Public Employees in Transitional Societies by Alexander Mayer-rieckh, Pablo De Greiff (2007)
"On the other hand, there was a set of rules for clandestine organizations and actions—a secret and parallel normativeness. This ad hoc operational structure ..."