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Finally, Sandis holds that once we uncover the conflations and reject all theories, many problems and disputes simply disappear.
Gender differences also arise from men's use of women to symbolize national or community values, an historical tendency seen, for example, in th e conflation of rape with the attack on national borders.
Essentially derived from one of his own earlier publications, Tori's article reveals discrepancies - omissions, conflations and errors - between Salutati's minutes taken at meetings and his more fulsome formal accounts.
The book is about redaction, and the formula quotations are, as the argument of the book indicates, at least in part traditional conflations.
Some of the essays offer detailed readings of such works as Midnight's Children and Janet Frame's odd conflations of fictional and nonfictional depictions of madness.
However, they lack an experience-based schematic framework capable of grounding and connecting their historical thinking, so that their accounts often mix accurate information with conflations, naive conceptions, and imaginative elaborations.
Thanks to saturation advertising, "matrix" is now a universal buzzword for the digital template in which all mathematical conflations and mutations of given reality occur.