Noun(1) similarity in appearance or character or nature between persons or things(2) a duplicate copy
(1) From a sociological point of view, it is therefore an expression of similitude of being, but also agency (the means to act) within a social technology.(2) Part of this similitude has to do with the role of the state in matters of the church.(3) The difficulty of writing a good theatre play set in new reality was even greater given that the level of similitude to life that is allowed in a film would not work on the stage.(4) The first of Boethius's four subdivisions was similitude , used of the case of the noun ├ö├ç├┐animal├ö├ç├û said of both real human beings and pictured human beings.(5) This similitude reveals the undeniable affinities between the two cultures, owing to the similar manner in which they perceive the sacred.(6) It is the perception of similitude (however mistaken) rather than its a priori accuracy that matters here.(7) We do not consider all species differences or their combinations; rather, we focus on cases where species show similitude .(8) Richard Eyre summed it up well recently: cinema and television are mediums of similitude , and radio and the stage mediums of metaphor.(9) This ├ö├ç├┐moment├ö├ç├û implies nothing less than the emergence of a structure of similitude : animal or human bodies in here like ones out there.(10) The canvases authored by van Gogh and Gauguin never approached indistinguishability, let alone striking similitude .(11) The best work typically has been interested in class and race, with similitude and difference as always already present in the making of colonial orders the world over.(12) Walsh should have mentioned the remarkable physiognomic similitude of Harris and Pollock.(13) To Dow, this avoidance of similitude is what raises the decorative - a term he thought should be dropped altogether - to the highest, most primary level of creation, that of pure expression.(14) But might we not know a given thing through its similitude , without having first perceived it, if another being should reveal to us that this was its similitude?(15) there is a striking similitude between the brother and sister(16) While it may seem like something out of science fiction, many insist clones would be naturally predisposed to such similitude , and caution that cloneish behavior would be evident in every facet of life.
1. resemblance ::
3. twin ::
1. difference ::
2. disagreement ::
3. discrepancy ::
Different Formsdissimilitude, dissimilitudes, similitude
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