The perception of matter having a discrete origin in linear time and space having a discrete size due to the finite origin in time of light.
Conflation posits that space is infinitely large and matter is infinitely old; however it appears to the viewer that matter has a discrete origin point and space is discretely measurable.
by sandrashine September 16, 2018
To combine, merge or a combination of two or more things together.
She conflated the flour and milk along with eggs and made pancakes
by Linktlh January 5, 2018
One who conflates
by Caaw January 25, 2009
Something unnecessary that is done far too often by immature, unintelligent people who feel the need to put a label on everything and cannot accept that not everything fits into their cookie cutter images.

One example of such ridiculous is found in the top definition of the term "libtard" (wow, what an intellectual, mature argument against liberalism lol). According to this definition, the politically liberal are all bound to Hell, unless they agree 100% with every single thing that that the definer and his political party say.

It's so funny how they accuse atheists (and anybody who is religious and liberal, which for some reason is the same as being an atheist to these immature conflators) of not being patriotic, but then will go up to bash about how liberals and atheists are "ruining America" and will bitch and moan about America's current state... but when liberals say that America is great now and can get even better by learning a thing or two form other countries... then suddenly they're antiAmerican communists?
For examples of the immature conflation of religion and politics, just look at the vast majority of definitions on here :) Lol.

Due to the conflation of religion and politics, people honestly think that being a conservative Republican who votes for George Bush, John McCain, Mitt Romney, and Donald Trump will get them into Heaven.

No, "conservative" does not automatically mean "religious" which does not automatically mean "spiritual" which does not automatically mean "Christian" because:

1. There are multiple religions.
2. There are people of multiple political alignments in each religion.
3. Spirituality is often very different from straight up religion.
4. Politics are the most materialistic and manmade system, whereas spirituality/religion AT LEAST IN THEORY is supposed to be a search for the greater truth.
5. Jesus, who was all about letting people into his home, I really doubt would approve of profiling, bashing, and putting a border to stop Mexicans from coming into America.

But of course, neoconservatives will continue to assume that they are the only Christians and, according to them, atheists and liberal Christians and Jews are all one and the same, despite the fact that they have DRASTICALLY DIFFERENT VIEWS ON RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY!

And this is why we can't have nice things *Sigh*
To draw on disparate meanings of words so as to derive flawed results through recombination of equivocal, underlying themes.
He did conflate that when a woman is rude to him, she is also, therefore, going to be obedient to him.
by White Woman Wrapper December 23, 2022
The complete (imperative) overlap between the boundaries of the phenomenological and the phenomenal.

Co-mperative conflation includes a complete overlap between the boundaries of synthetic dialectics and intersubjectivity; deontology (law) and science; and naturalism and monotheism respectively.

Reveals the phenomenal to be fiction ie. the internalized space of the contiguous is completely devoid of value in accordance with Nietzsche's paradigm of nihilism.


The co-imperative contrapositive to contiguity.
Co-imperative conflation is counter-posed by co-imperative contiguity in which all conformal circles intersect at a single point (in contrast to an infinite number of points).

Co-imperative contiguity reveals the monotheistic (one God) divinity to be fiction which is later replaced by the meta-apeirotheistic (infinite self-God) sublimity.
by tomorrowtomorrow December 23, 2018