Student or Learner
I read the following sentence in a textbook:
Because the defendant's conduct is a factor in questions of causation, we will consider intentional killings separate from unintentional killings.
I'm wondering why "separate" and not "separately" is correct.
Perhaps the author meant to say "we will consider intentional killings to be separate from unintentional killings (i.e., we will regard intentional killings as being different from...)."