A well-recognized, but often subtle, form of begging the question is what is known as "arguing in a circle."
This idea is a well-recognized standard and object of reference for thought.
Of the class Mammalia there are two well-recognized and widely-distinct orders, viz., the Carnivores and the Herbivores.
Swift, well-recognized and very often fatal to the weak, but nevertheless accepted as something which comes directly from Heaven.
After 1700, Negro servants were a common and well-recognized class in Pennsylvania.
According to a well-recognized law new epidemics are always most violent and fatal.
Love is thus plainly a liquid: which accounts to some extent for its well-recognized habit of surging.
Even to-day the well-recognized type of Arlesienne ranks among the beautiful women of the world.
It is a well-recognized fact that it is costly to keep and that the eggs are not desirable for culinary use.
Promiscuity in London is a well-recognized fact, but a serious love-affair is quite a different thing.
early 15c., "resume possession of land," back-formation from recognizance, or else from Old French reconoiss-, stem of reconoistre "to know again, identify, recognize," from Latin recognoscere "acknowledge, recall to mind, know again; examine; certify," from re- "again" (see re-) + cognoscere "know" (see cognizance). Meaning "know again, recall or recover the knowledge of, perceive an identity with something formerly known or felt" first recorded 1530s. Related: Recognized; recognizing.