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Synonyms for self-contradictory

seemingly contradictory but nonetheless possibly true

in disagreement

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These statements are implied by any existential statement and its denial (4)--and, therefore, the denial of a necessarily true existential statement is, against the dictum, self-contradictory.
4 ( ANI ): The United States is entangled in domestic political in-fighting and its foreign policy strategies are self-contradictory, and this has led to state-run media in China to label the current administration in Washington as being narcissistic, fretful, arrogant, aimless and reckless.
That's as self-contradictory as pygmy mammoth or jumbo shrimp.
I'm convinced that he's going to fail, not because of people like me who would like him to fail, but because the ideas that guide him are inherently self-contradictory," Soros (https://www.
Much of her evidence was self-contradictory, inconsistent and confused.
Some of the three lawmakers' statements, as included in Cascadia Wildlands' complaint, are self-contradictory.
It includes self-contradictory statements of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif and Ishaq Dar as evidence.
Moreover, he has a long history of self-contradictory political stances, especially those related to the US foreign policy mainly the US policies towards the Middle East and the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
Ticked off with the way TV presenters almost slaver with excitement over polls which are at best bewilderingly inconsistent and at worst completely self-contradictory.
Altenhofen is not only a story of military struggles and combat conditions, but also the harrowing day-to-day realities of life as an infantryman, and especially the blunt, sometimes confused and self-contradictory ways in which the military handled mental health issues.
The proponents of such self-contradictory remarks should answer this question in public.
This simultaneous process of our death/life reflects on our impermanence, flexibility, and creativity but also on our self-contradictory identity.
In some ways, its goals were self-contradictory, attempting to reconcile the idea of self-governance for all the inhabitants of Palestine, while at the same time supporting Zionist aims.
Roberts, by contrast, can rightly say, "Sporty Girl, c'est moi"; he's willing to do something that's at once cheerfully contentless and blithely self-contradictory.