In this way he was a real specialist, in contradistinction to the town specialists who are identified with certain diseases or disasters.
It is also the catalyst for an even more bloodcurdling event, in which we realize that David is not the paragon of stability that he sometimes seemed in contradistinction to Katia.
All of that, in our submission, strongly supports the position that the word ‘amend’ as used in 1904 was not being used in contradistinction to ‘repeal’.
Their writings, have concentrated mainly on urban women and society, totally ignoring the status of rural women who labor side by side with men in the fields, outside their homes, in contradistinction to the segregated women of the city.
Social history emerged either as a marginal or as an oppositional subdiscipline or approach, in contradistinction from the received type of conventional history.
What this serves to do is reinscribe and produce the identity of the middle-class consumer subject in contradistinction to that of the common working masses.
So rapacious were some accountant trustees, in contradistinction to legal practitioner trustees, that bankruptcy trusteeships were referred to in parliament and in the press as ‘legalised robbery’.
Every day it advances and delineates the independent attitude of the international working class, in contradistinction to other social classes, to every major political development.
Importantly, for Robert, in contradistinction to Kant, civil society cannot supplement this abstraction with the relative concreteness and historicity of traditions contractually entered into and upheld.
Searle's picture leaves open the possibility of free will, defined here in contradistinction to determinism.