We can distinguish in this context between two types of disputed question: the first takes the form “ Is A correctly described as (treated as) B or as C?” ; the second takes the form “ Is it X or Y that is correctly called (designated) A?” The first form of question is directly amenable to the injunction “ Determine your context” . The second also, though indirectly, is amenable to this injunction, since what a word designates depends upon what it is normally used to describe. However, it is more directly amenable to the injunction “ Prepare to make a distinction” .