Or to distinguish between fact and opinion.
Vaihinger does not clearly distinguish these).
It is getting harder to distinguish between the state and private sectors.
Lineations of features may distinguish folded-rock strata or fault ruptures even where the primary features are not evident.
False Modesty: Theories of modesty also need to be able to distinguish modesty from false modesty.
In terms of these characteristics we can distinguish the following two possible forms of panpsychism:
But the evidence suggests that EPO produced as a result of gene therapy will be far harder to distinguish.
Where the mind can distinguish elements, there must be different elements to distinguish; though, alas!
., hence a VoiceOver user may find it difficult to distinguish between whether these refer to the home or delivery addresses.
…certain histone modifications distinguish actively expressed regions of the genome from regions that are not highly expressed.
They see deductive reasoning as one variant of such validity, but distinguish other ways in which premises may entail conclusions.
We expect them to be able to distinguish between destructive criminals and lawful protesters, and not arrest the whole lot to be sorted out later.
One should no more distinguish a particularity-component from a nature-component of a trope than distinguish components of warmth and orangeness in an orange trope:
All transcriptions of Korean include digraphs of one kind or another and use separators to distinguish a string of two letters in their separate values from their single value as a digraph.
Viewed from the single reality experienced in ecstasy, it is just as difficult to distinguish life from death as it is to distinguish the waking Zhuangzi from the dreaming butterfly.
Propositional knowledge, to the limited extent that it is addressed, is implicitly explained terms of the ability to distinguish kinds properly: To know that a is F is to know to distinguish a as the kind of thing denoted by the term ‘F’.
And even within the level of the basic neutral entities we can distinguish those versions of neutral monism that hold that all basic entities belong to a single category, from those that distinguish two or more categories of neutral entities.
She is now looking at ways to distinguish previews and trailers from content re-use within different programmes, and ways to distinguish similar content (e.g. filmed in the same studio) from clips that have been slightly altered (e.g. by caption overlay).
Pointing to the difference between fact-stating and evaluative discourse may help to distinguish assertions from evaluations, but does not, again, help to distinguish assertion from other acts within the fact-stating family, such as conjectures and assumptions.
Where a century ago all upwardly mobile people knew enough, and had enough resources, to get their hands on the most unseasonable foods from the most distant places, in order to distinguish themselves from the peasant past and the laboring masses, their descendants now distinguish themselves by hustling after a peasant diet.
- mark as different
Example: We distinguish several kinds of maple
- detect with the senses
- be a distinctive feature, attribute, or trait; sometimes in a very positive sense
Example: His modesty distinguishes him from his peers
- make conspicuous or noteworthy
- identify as in botany or biology, for example
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Where a century ago all upwardly mobile people knew enough and had enough resources to get their hands on the most unseasonable foods from the most distant places in order to distinguish themselves from the peasant past and the laboring masses their descendants now distinguish themselves by hustling after a peasant diet