Definitions

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to clarification
  • adjective That serves to clarify

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Examples

  • Where this is likely to cause the present-day reader confusion, the editors have provided a clarificatory note.

    Editorial Principles and Conventions

  • But would Luke have eliminated other apparent clarificatory comments such as the additional lines in the Lord's Prayer?

    Did Matthew Know Luke? A Neglected Angle on the Synoptic Problem

  • It is in the most intimate part of clinical practice - that which deals with psychoses - that the clarificatory power of Heraclitus' aphorisms, supported by Heidegger, now reappears.

    enowning

  • Rather than exclude such reflection because it does not conform to a narrowly scientific paradigm of reason, perhaps we should expand our conception of practical reason to make room for clarificatory reflection about the ends of action.

    Practical Reason

  • It is in the most intimate part of clinical practice - that which deals with psychoses - that the clarificatory power of Heraclitus' aphorisms, supported by Heidegger, now reappears.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Ludlow disagrees with Hawthorne about the prevalence of clarificatory devices for

    Epistemic Contextualism

  • Ampliative and clarificatory inference in theology

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Thus, developments that can readily be formulated as merely clarificatory can readily be accepted as legitimate; whereas ampliative developments, which by definition are not merely clarificatory, often are not readily accepted.

    Ampliative and clarificatory inference in theology

  • If so, the development of doctrine has room for ampliative as well as clarificatory inference.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Thus, developments that can readily be formulated as merely clarificatory can readily be accepted as legitimate; whereas ampliative developments, which by definition are not merely clarificatory, often are not readily accepted.

    Archive 2006-11-01

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