What is the meaning of elucidating
It is a legal termsignifying acquittal, a fact that makes it unpalatable to many in our day.We tend todistrust legalism and thus we dismiss anything that savors of a legalistic approach.What kinds of things are good or desirablei.e., is knowledge to be sought for its own sake or is it to be sought for money? The Naturalistic Fallacy is, according to Moore, defining an ethical term (prescriptive) in terms of a descriptive equivalent.Is money to be sought for its own sake or is it to be sought for power? Compare, for example, the definition of "yellow" with respect to a certain frequency of light.
to explain Synonyms: clarify, explain, illuminate, explicate, interpret Antonyms: confuse, obscure Tips: Elucidate is related to the English word lucid or "clear." When you elucidate something, you make it more clear and easy to understand.
Literacy appeared during the Bronze Age in Anatolia (which corresponds to modern-day Turkey) in two very different ways.
On one hand, the Cuneiform writing system of Mesopotamia was adopted to write the Hittite language.
Then, at around 1000 BCE, new "Neo-Hittite" city-states appeared in Southern Anatolia and Northern Syria, and they left many Hieroglyphic Luwian inscriptions between 1000 and 700 BCE as the rulers of these cities were in fact ethnic Luwians but were related by blood to the Hittite aristocracy.
Ultimately, the Assyrian Empire destroyed these city states and the Hieroglyphic Luwian tradition came to an end.