misframe

misframe

(ˌmɪsˈfreɪm)
vb (tr)
to frame wrongly
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But this is to misframe the historical continuum on which sentimental reading should be understood.
Goffman argues that the more frames an individual possesses, the broader that person's understanding and the less likely they are to misframe an issue.
framework is to misframe the key question and also to give EPA little
Through a meticulous unpacking of Heidegger's lecture on Aquinas's Five Ways, Kelly charges that Heidegger misframes Aquinas's project as a kind of ontotheology.