Verb(1) prove to be false
(1) Such pessimism has led multiculturalists to conflate the idea of humans as culture-bearing creatures with the idea that humans have to bear a particular culture.(2) But the actual editorial choices - what to include, how to conflate contradictory texts - I had assumed were not copyrightable.(3) We should be careful not to conflate the practice of appeasement with the idea of appeasement, and thereby consign it, willy-nilly, to damnation.(4) Historically, editors have tended to conflate the quarto and Folio texts.(5) What's tricky is that people can conflate those ideas about collage and appropriation and art and culture with ideas about downloading and file-sharing.(6) One problem with this has already been discussed: if we conflate the idea of a person with that of a human, we are confusing issues of species membership with what gives our lives the value that they have.(7) I am trying to express the idea that people conflate gender with biology, and that what we call ├ö├ç├┐gendered pronouns├ö├ç├û are in fact sexed pronouns.(8) We suspect this fear stems from the conflation of causal necessity with causal sufficiency - as we have seen, our language makes this confusion all too easy.(9) This first modern paradigm is an abstract rationalist universalism that conflates universality with Eurocentrism and developmental modernism.(10) Then you justify this in turn by, precisely, conflating humans and animals: it is the nature of humans to behave in such a way as to draw an absolute distinction between themselves and animals.(11) Gradually this notion of election has been conflated with another, still more dangerous idea.(12) But today the implications of such a conflation of different levels of criticism and prejudice are dangerously censorious.(13) All of us are the authors, producers, directors, stars and guest stars in various philosophical questions, issues, disputes, conflations and confusions - even though, most of the time, we have no idea of this.(14) There's a conflation of two senses of the word ├ö├ç├┐criminal├ö├ç├û: the literal sense and the metaphorical.(15) These poems approach the female body and the city from one perspective, conflating the two.(16) But now we have people conflating the idea of patriotism with a direct, hostile rejection of those ideals.
1. disprove ::
1. confirm ::
2. establish ::
3. prove ::
4. validate ::
5. verify ::
Different Formsconfute, confuted, confutes, confuting
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