surview

surview

(ˈsɜːvjuː)
n
a survey (with the eyes or mind)
vb (tr)
to survey (with the eyes or mind)
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Discussing the grammar of 'know', Cook claims that Wittgenstein depended on philosophers' distinctions rather than a surview of vernacular uses.
It can be used merely as a way to come to a more comprehensive surview of the patient's presenting condition (the guise in which a person crosses the border into Clinicum).
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