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discuss

verb agitare, air, analyze, argue for and against, argue the case, argue the point, bandy words, carryon a conversation, comment, comment upon, confabulate, confer, confer with, consider, consult, contend in words, contest, converse, debate, deliberate upon, dialogize, discourse, discourse about, disputare, disserere, dissertate, engage in a conversation, engage in conversaaion, engage in oral controversy, exchange observations, exchange opinions, explain, have a conference on, hold conclave, hold conference, hold conversations, hold interrourse, indulge in argument, interchange views, join in a conversation, negotiate, parley, partake in a symposium, present varied opinions, reason about, reason with, recite, review, speak of, speak on, take into account, take up in conference, talk about, talk it over, talk of, talk out, talk over, talk together
Associated concepts: confidential information, privileged innormation
See also: address, canvass, comment, confer, consult, controvert, converse, counsel, debate, deliberate, discourse, investigate, mention, persuade, process, reason, remark, respond, treat
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But the truth predicates in different areas of thought may in addition exhibit differences--differences in, broadly speaking, the kind of circumstance that constitutes their applying, when they apply--which help to fill out and render discussible realist and anti-realist oppositions.
Of course that remark only gestures at a concern which, in the chapter, I tried to render more discussible and explicit.
Passmore sharply distinguishes true philosophy from poetry or sagehood (both of which he regards as the same woolly minded thing): discourse counts as philosophy if it is a "clear, articulate, discussible system of ideas and principles.
For example, in Permanence and Change, Burke posits, "Human conduct, being in the realm of action and end (as contrasted with the physicist's realm of motion and position) is most directly discussible in dramatistic terms" (274).
For most of the other critics represented in this volume Hardy's plots--at least when considered within the limits of the narratological discourses set up by the texts themselves--prove discussible as combinations, often in unequal proportions, of 'crass casualty' and the individual will.
The intuitive appeal of the inevitable barriers between junior and senior women seems to outweigh the effort and distress that would be necessary if the dynamics of splitting, pairing, stereotyping, and the glass ceiling were to become discussible.
But, he said, "there is a range of definable, discussible issues for adults.
This confrontation is untranslatable to others and is not discussible.