European Tour officials, who would not be quoted, were keen last night to point out that Poulter had merely made a semantic error
, but his comment will inescapably rile the Americans before Friday's opening session.
The supposed semantic error
was really a failure in the instructor's reading, presumably caused by excessively focusing on error patterns.
In essence, Armand demonstrates a semantic error
called allness, which occurs whenever a person "assumes that what he says or 'knows' is absolute, definitive, complete, certain, all-inclusive, positive, final" (Haney 1973, 299).
To assume that every example of music is in the same temporal succession at every performance is to make a semantic error
Classifying thoughts, feelings, and behaviors as diseases is a logical and semantic error
, like classifying the whale as a fish," Szasz has written.
Out of this brief review of past research she identifies a fundamental semantic error
, that of applying an "illegitimate totality transfer" (using James Barr's terminology) to the crucial Hebrew formula [l.
To object that my way of correcting Budd's semantic error
about communication fails is to imply that there is a semantic error
about communication, thereby making my point: semantic confusion discredits his whole argument.
If the misreadings (and the misleadings) which are a consequence of a semantic error
are rife in Reesman's discussion of Faulkner, what then of her discussion of James where the word |late' is used legitimately?
Along with fuzzy logic, ETI Data Cleanser includes algorithms to clean replacement, transposition and semantic error
Children routinely commit the semantic error
we call identification; they believe that a thing and its name are necessarily linked, that the name of the sun, for example, is in the sun, an essential part of it.