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Criticism has similarly its three constitutive factors, rationalism, subjectivism, immanence.

They are a priori conditions, subjective in one sense, but objective as being universal, necessary and constitutive of experience.

But as ideas,18 though of a type quite apart,19 they have also a constitutive application to reality.

To take a phrase from Professor Dewey, reason, for Spinoza, is reconstructive not constitutive.

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This constitutive mode of relatedness is, however, just taken for granted.

Today, it is constitutive, in the sense that it not only records news, it makes news.

A certain theory is seen to be essential to the fact, a certain theology to be the constitutive force in the religion.

Though not constitutive, yet are they regulative principles.

It is imprinted with the degree of necessity that made such a medium a constitutive part of the experience.

The elements of God and creation are in the most ultimate and primitive act of reason, and therefore in its constitutive idea.

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