1. clarification that follows from the removal of ambiguity
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How To Use disambiguation In A Sentence

  • On the latter disambiguation, noncognitivism is the pragmatic view that moral judgments are a type of speech act that is neither true nor false, which is equivalent (most assume) to the denial that moral judgments are assertions (i.e., the denial that moral judgments express belief states). Moral Anti-Realism
  • But in actuality, disambiguation is not unprincipled and random; rather, it is usually quite predictable.
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