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Other names for a policy are a recommendation and a regulative principle.
A regulative principle must, therefore, have been at the foundation of this opinion.
I am inclined to the view that the State can only be of real use to industry as a limiting and regulative force.
As a difference to the free market economy the state is not passive, but actively takes regulative measures.
What is needed is a regulative law similar to that which operates in the rest of Europe.
These taxes are levied on specific items for special regulative purposes.
For nature is properly the only object presented to us, in regard to which reason requires regulative principles.
The regulative principle was historically taken to prohibit the use of dance in worship.
If we keep to this hypothesis, as a principle which is purely regulative, even error cannot be very detrimental.
The distinction is in line with the Kantian contrast between constitutive and regulative rules.
The caste system gradually expanded into secular life as a regulative code of social and economic transactions.
The theory also seemed, in Popper's eyes, to support metaphysical realism and the regulative idea of a search for truth.
The Ideas are merely for regulative use.
Kant alleged that the three transcendent ideas are useful as regulative principles.
The psychological idea is, therefore, meaningless and inapplicable, except as the schema of a regulative conception.
If, however, we neglect this restriction of the idea to a purely regulative influence, reason is betrayed into numerous errors.
Competent regulative bodies of Leningrad region gave their approval to locate the cargo airport.
Sensualism, therefore, at least as a regulative hypothesis, if not as a heuristic principle.
Sweden has a period of two years in which to put into effect the legislative, regulative and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this directive.
Against consensus as a regulative Ideal.
Regulative rules are essentially rules of action which determine how individuals are to respond or behave.
The licensing systems and other regulative measures necessary to any organized society become tools of suppression and monopoly.
In the medium term we must transfer regulative competencies for air traffic control to the European Union, something that is entirely feasible.
These include constitutive and regulative rules.
A small number of theologians oppose it based on their interpretation of the regulative principle of worship.
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