contradiction


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opposition between two conflicting forces or ideas

(logic) a statement that is necessarily false

the speech act of contradicting someone

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Yea, this ego, with its contradiction and perplexity, speaketh most uprightly of its being--this creating, willing, evaluing ego, which is the measure and value of things.
The quantity of the imposition, the expediency or inexpediency of an increase on either side, would be mutually questions of prudence; but there would be involved no direct contradiction of power.
The story, on this occasion, being Miss Lavinia's story, the polite contradictions necessary to its successful progress were naturally transferred from the sister to the brother, and became contradictions on Sir Joseph's side.
Palace: No contradiction in Duterte's remarks, Coast Guard report !-- -- Patricia Lourdes Viray (Philstar.com) - July 8, 2019 - 4:32pm MANILA, Philippines For Malacaaang, there is no contradiction between President Rodrigo Duterte's remarks on the Recto Bank collision and the report of the Philippine Coast Guardand the Maritime Industry Authority into the incident.
'We have come to a crossroad in relation to certain issues which requires certain documents, some of them are in the bundle not produced by the prosecution or defence and we need to look into that to make up our mind whether further areas of contradiction is possible.
Mahira Abdel Aziz revealed her opinion frankly to Rania Youssef during the program "Kalam Nawaem", which is that there is a contradiction in Yousef's statements about the dress crisis, so the Egyptian actress, asked her to reveal where the contradiction was?
Isn't there a contradiction between having your own government, and "struggling to survive" under foreign "occupation"?
He also pointed out the contradiction in the statement of complainant as to where the application for registration of FIR was submitted.
There's a contradiction. The public has properly said in the Constitution that every Kenyan charged or not charged is innocent until proved guilty.
Chairman Mao defined the first principal contradiction and brought the issue of contemporary China to the front.
Mao Tse-Tung's 1937 essay "On Contradiction" is a landmark contribution to Marxist philosophy, though it is more often praised than analyzed.
This is couched in the form of China's "principal contradiction" - a Marxist concept that serves as an admission of a fundamental problem requiring resolution.
There are other schools of political economic thought from which we can draw in understanding conflict, contradiction and change.
The government had sent the bill for acceptance to the Council of Islamic Ideology, which is a constitutional body that advises the legislature whether or not a law is repugnant or in contradiction with the laws of the Holy Quran and the Sunnah.
He not only doesn't fear contradiction, he embraces it.