erroneousness


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Synonyms for erroneousness

an erroneous or false idea

Synonyms for erroneousness

inadvertent incorrectness

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135) However, I do want to emphasize that, in my judgment, courts are not authorized to use statutory/treaty-goal-securing decision-rules if their use of them increases the erroneousness of their resolution of cases from the perspective of the test of illegality actually promulgated by the applicable statute-provision or treaty-provision--i.
In this respect, the air crash in The Day Britain Stopped might be thought of as a climactic pay-off spectacle, as well as Aviation Safety Consultant Daniel Boyd (Tim Crouch) as a hero-saviour (of Nicola Evans) of sorts; of the discoveries of the erroneousness of Khalid Pharoan's terrorist status and CCTV footage of Badr's last act before suicide (The Man Who Broke Britain), and the President's Chicago itinerary among Aloysius Claybon's possessions (Death of a President) as important, vindicating narrative breakthroughs; and of course Samir Badr and Nicola Evans as figures whose morality has to be made clear.
We have followed Egypt in erroneousness, from nationalizations to the one party rule and suppression of freedoms, and perhaps we shall follow it now in rightness, in a true democratic rule.
Statements of the erroneousness of creationism are made before the detailed discussion, again probably putting off the target audience.
Despite the erroneousness, as Smith and Kenworthy point out, it continues to be evoked and plays out in multiple discourses.
While disputants can point out the erroneousness of the argument, they challenge the informative part of it as it presents a threat to their face.
Another risky moment is that the events after the consolidating self-representation may disclose the erroneousness of exaggerated evaluations of himself (Vonk 1999).
The realization of the fundamental erroneousness of the current economic system may be daunting, analogously to what the recognition of slavery's intrinsic injustice must have seemed to an inhabitant of the ancient Mediterranean area.
The debate on anachronisms and their erroneousness in the philosophy of history and science circles has primarily produced grounds for why the present should not be projected onto the past, and what would occur if this rule was broken.
The site is criticized for its superficiality, erroneousness, and amateurism, but, in fact, Wikipedia provides ready access to a fact, definition, or overview.
With the present information it is not possible to convincingly prove either erroneousness of the date of Tamula skeleton VII or the beginning of the Typical Comb Ware Culture; however, we cannot ignore the dissonance while seeking new interpretations.
The success of Utah's first West Point cadet further confirms the erroneousness of the idea that the minds of polygamous children are inferior to those of monogamic parentage.
His poem "Happiness" (3) illustrates the erroneousness of separating reified high order abstractions from the numerous concrete point events from which they were abstracted.