reflexivity

Reflexivity vs Reflective - What's the difference?

reflexivity | reflective |


As a noun reflexivity

is the condition or state of being reflexive.

As an adjective reflective is

something which reflects, or redirects back to the source.

Reflex vs Reflexivity - What's the difference?

reflex | reflexivity |


As nouns the difference between reflex and reflexivity

is that reflex is an automatic response to a simple stimulus which does not require mental processing while reflexivity is the condition or state of being reflexive.

As an adjective reflex

is bent, turned back or reflected.

As a verb reflex

is to bend, turn back or reflect.

Reflection vs Reflexivity - What's the difference?

reflection | reflexivity |


As nouns the difference between reflection and reflexivity

is that reflection is the act of reflecting or the state of being reflected while reflexivity is the condition or state of being reflexive.

Refexia vs Reflexivity - What's the difference?

refexia | reflexivity |


As a noun reflexivity is

the condition or state of being reflexive.

Taxonomy vs Reflexivity - What's the difference?

taxonomy | reflexivity |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and reflexivity

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while reflexivity is the condition or state of being reflexive.

Reflexivity vs Relativity - What's the difference?

reflexivity | relativity |


As nouns the difference between reflexivity and relativity

is that reflexivity is the condition or state of being reflexive while relativity is the state of being relative to something else.

Reflexive vs Reflexivity - What's the difference?

reflexive | reflexivity |


As nouns the difference between reflexive and reflexivity

is that reflexive is a reflexive pronoun while reflexivity is the condition or state of being reflexive.

As an adjective reflexive

is (grammar) referring back to the subject, or having an object equal to the subject.