By placing democracy as a competing political theory, Shapiro seems to be making a category mistake
To speak as though atheism were a belief system alongside varieties of religious belief is simply a category mistake
,' he said.
This, it seems, is the strange conclusion to which Professor Barry's category mistake
Elliott's central claim is that addressing alienation as a psychiatric issue is like treating holy communion as a dietary issue--a category mistake
In general I think it's a category mistake
to equate sexual orientation with such characteristics as race," he said.
However, in the realms of the horrific Rimanelli has made a basic category mistake
exemplified by the fundamental difference between Goya's "Caprichos," which are grotesque, and his "Disasters of War," which are not.
Western theories about language and image have through the centuries been characterized by the fundamental category mistake
Calling PC a category mistake
and a cognitive analogue of ecology bias, where the inferences about contingencies are based not on joint frequencies but on marginal base-rate distributions, nevertheless Fiedler argues that PC is a functional and economic heuristic that can lead to optimal decisions and long-term adaptive behavior.
Kant's goal is the more modest one of showing the applicability of the concepts of substance and cause to experience, against those who might call such application incoherent or a category mistake
Since action theory touches on the mind-body problem, Quante concludes with an account of Hegel's reduction of it to a category mistake
He also claimed that psychoanalysis was a hermeneutic science and that Freud's mixing the discourse of force with the discourse of meaning was not a category mistake
but precisely the way the phenomena of psychic experiences had to be described.
Some theorists have claimed that the attribution of nonrelational temporal properties to objects and events represents a conceptual confusion, or category mistake