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Definition of "conflating" [conflating]

  • Present participle of conflate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "conflating" in a sentence
  • "Somehow, Crosbie states, I suspect CC has a hidden agenda in conflating the privilege of copyright (and all the ` legal rights ` it engenders) with inalienable, natural rights, i.e. that it wishes to cement the popular delusion that copyright is a natural right, in order to facilitate legislation that secures it as if a natural right (making infringement a crime)."
  • "It is disheartening that in conflating legal rights (privileges) and natural rights (moral rights, etc.)"
  • "You persist in conflating registration fraud with voter fraud."
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