Greg Sargent at The Washington Post has charted the distributive effect of the ACA tax increases.
The distributive situation is never one of static equilibrium.
This is the very opposite of cumulative: it is distributive.
All and both are collective; any, each, and every are distributive.
How can distributive justice be said to obtain in this world?
Such are typical questions in the study of distributive justice.
Here is not distributive justice, but concentrated injustice.
There are further mentioned a reciprocal and a distributive verb.
Their ideas of distributive justice are corrupted at the very source.
It is to be noticed here that the sins charged are cumulative, not distributive.
mid-15c., from Middle French distributif, from Late Latin distributivus, from Latin distribut-, past participle stem of distribuere (see distribution). Related: Distributively.
distributive Relating to the property of multiplication over division which states that applying multiplication to a set of quantities that are combined by addition yields the same result as applying multiplication to each quantity individually and then adding those results together. Thus 2 × (3 + 4) is equal to (2 × 3) + (2 × 4). See also associative, commutative. |