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When you blend two or more different colors together, this is an example of a time when you conflate.
It is vital that we do not conflate today with tomorrow.
To conflate the two is to commit a category mistake (Ryle, 1949 ).
The concern of the essays in Featherstone's volume is to disentangle the various threads that such questions invariably conflate.
But you also conflate two sense of " reality " .
They conflate pleasurable responses of a sexually titillating nature and other agreeably sensuous pleasures with the pleasurable response evoked by beauty.