Sensible, sensitive, taxonomy

Sensible, sensitive, taxonomy

Sensible VS sensitive: Sensitivity is the degree of response of a receiver or an instrument to an incoming signal. Sensibility is the ability to feel or perceive.
Ex: A sensitive person may be easily offended by an off-color joke, but without sensibility, that same person may be quite unsympathetic to the sufferings of war victims in Iraq.

Taxonomy: a classification of organisms into groups based on similarities of structure or origin, can be nowadays used in different field as sciences of communication etc.
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