disagreement


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a conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters

a difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions

References in classic literature ?
As to his parents also, there is on all hands great disagreement.
They sometimes bickered in public, though these disagreements were painfully covered over by little insincerities on the part of the wife, who was afraid of public opinion, because she was much stupider than her husband, and had to make efforts to keep hold of him.
The Baron is still with us, and there have been more disagreements about money matters.
And here we may account for those disagreements in opinion, concerning the cause of a patient's death, which sometimes occur, between the most learned of the college; and which have greatly surprized that part of the world who have been ignorant of the fact we have above asserted.
Then the countess told her of more disagreements and intrigues against the work of the unification of the churches, and departed in haste, as she had that day to be at the meeting of some society and also at the Slavonic committee.
But after all," he added cheerfully, "I believe that our disagreements are mainly upon the surface.
THERE was a disagreement on the sports desk this week, much like there was a disagreement in most offices.
There is no disagreement, just the deliberate application of differing analysis models," Dolan told (http://www.
Abu al-Walid al-Maqdisi, an ISIS jurist authorized to issue religious fatwas on behalf of the group, shot Banyasi following a heated row Saturday night, in the culmination of a disagreement over Banyasi's ties to a local Nusra Front commander.
Disagreement has essentially been construed as what linguists refer to as dispreferred speech act.
Basically stated, "A case of faultless disagreement is a case of disagreement in which neither party is wrong or making a mistake" (Huvenes, 2012, 2).
Thirteen essays examine the Pyrrhonian approach to disagreement and its relevance to epistemological discussions of the topic; the relationship between disagreement and moral realism and antirealism; disagreement-based skeptical arguments in contemporary epistemology; and disagreement and the possibility of philosophical knowledge and justified belief.
Q What happens if there is a disagreement about paying back the deposit?
We don't mind disagreement, in fact, we feel civil disagreement is at the very heart of why we elect multi-member boards to represent a broad-minded public.
Yes, there is disagreement between GE-l and Erdoy-an, but I don't expect it to deepen or turn into a political problem because both leaders can predict what kind of political results such a crisis would lead to.