I can't find the meaning of "In this manner" "When it wills movement, its arm waves before its eyes, but neither the crib nor the ceiling move. Thus the child learns that its arm and its will are connected, and therefore that its arm is its and not something or someone else's. In this manner, during the first year of life, we learn the fundamentals of who we are and who we are not....." What does "In this manner" mean?
Oct 31, 2017 8:21 AM
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It's the same as "in this way"
October 31, 2017
"In this way" is the definition of that phrase. While not a definition, you could also replace the phrase with: "That is how, in the first year of life, we learn..." "In this manner" introduces an explanation for how something occurs.
October 31, 2017
its means , "like this" or "same as this" or "in line with it"
October 31, 2017
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