contradistinctive


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Related to contradistinctive: outlined, inconvenient, overhyped, scrutinised
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Substituting the "psychical apparatus" for Kantian "cognition" or "experience" does not quite work, but it is as close as we can come to effecting an intersection between the two systems designed not only to explicate different processes, but also explanation by way of contradistinctive discourses: Freud, commencing his career as a clinical and research neurologist, shifted "in his thinking from neuropathology to psychopathology" (Blum 94) in his attempt to understand the phenomenon of hypnosis.
Nonetheless, it is undeniable that expressive values often intrude as contradistinctive.
In this article, I intend first to examine their contradistinctive approaches to theology and ethics, which undergird their different understandings of the church.