Conflate sentence example

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  • It is vital that we do not conflate today with tomorrow.
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  • To conflate the two is to commit a category mistake (Ryle, 1949 ).
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  • They conflate pleasurable responses of a sexually titillating nature and other agreeably sensuous pleasures with the pleasurable response evoked by beauty.
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  • But you also conflate two sense of " reality " .
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  • The concern of the essays in Featherstone's volume is to disentangle the various threads that such questions invariably conflate.
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  • For as we have already seen (see diagram above) aef were early influenced by a, and d is conflate in character.
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