inconsistency


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the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same time

the quality of being inconsistent and lacking a harmonious uniformity among things or parts

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He suggests that it was a mere inconsistency on James's part to adhere to introspection after abandoning the dualism of thoughts and things.
Cabinet has approved, in principle, a move to amend the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 to provide a statutory power for the senior courts to make declarations of inconsistency under the Bill of Rights Act, and to require Parliament to respond.
Updating her 2014 doctoral dissertation in law at Ruprecht-Karls-University in Heidelberg to be current to late 2016, Diel-Gligor investigates whether charges of jurispridential inconsistency in international investment arbitration are appropriate and valid.
Crews was brought in to replace Shawn Taggart and help his first Rain or Shine shrug off its inconsistency.
Schema Level Inconsistency due to the different data models, or naming, such as one system uses gender and the other uses sex, and structure conflicts.
23, 2015, the exchange had not developed the systems needed to send out inconsistency notices automatically, HHS OIG officials say.
The United head coach labelled the Magpies "probably the most frustrating team I have worked with" due to their inconsistency - and he has demanded that changes at Stoke City.
CarrToon, From ChronicleLive CRAIG SAYS: Moussa Sissoko is a huge source of frustration because we all know what he is capable of when he is at his best, but inconsistency is a major problem.
According to the ballot box reports by Oy ve Eutesi volunteers, inconsistency was detected in 766 ballot box results out of 139,725.
I haven't written or spoken about it for a long time but last weekend really highlighted the absolute inconsistency of referees in dishing out black and yellow cards.
Consistency is an easy idea for organizations to grasp, and the remedy for inconsistency is clear: Look for all the things that aren't the same but should be and make them the same.
While the move is expected to please banks, it also indicates the inconsistency of rules on a global scale.
EDINBURGH MONARCHS co-promoter John Campbell admits he's baffled by the inconsistency of Hungarian speedway ace Jozsef Tabaka.
ENGLAND women's captain Charlotte Edwards blamed inconsistency for her side's downfall as they saw their World Cup defence come to a disappointing end despite a 15-run win over New Zealand in Mumbai.
Summary: Obama criticises Romney over his inconsistency on serious issues.