Why would two or more objects or ideas be observed for their differences?

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When two or more objects or ideas are observed for their differences, the objects or ideas are being compared and contrasted. One could compare two apples, observing the differences in their size, shape and color, or one could compare and contrast the size, shape and color of an apple and an orange. When we compare and contrast objects or ideas, it improves our understanding of the objects and ideas by making conceptual notions more tangible, and it decreases the confusion between similar concepts.
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