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.
Her heart was grieved for a state which seemed but the more pitiable from this sort of irritation of spirits, inconsistency of action, and inequality of powers; and it mortified her that she was given so little credit for proper feeling, or esteemed so little worthy as a friend: but she had the consolation of knowing that her intentions were good, and of being able to say to herself, that could Mr.
Has there been any inconsistency on his side to create alarm?
Therefore, there will only be an inconsistency between the regulatory or penal laws of different states if one state requires (and not merely authorises) an activity that another state prohibits.
On this inconsistency, prolifers have not been silent.
He also allowed us the freedom of inconsistency. Or, better, he turned inconsistency into a method.
I also felt that the book's stretches of political analysis, though often very challenging, suffer from an occasional inconsistency and lack of rigor.
In short, you defeat the very purpose of your existence by your inconsistency, an inconsistency that becomes quite glaring in the face of your usual exposition of government excesses.
Unless there is a good reason for the inconsistency, the discovery can cast doubt on the testimony.
Although the agency initially made improvements in its policies and training intended to address inconsistency in decisions made at the two adjudication levels, it has not continued to actively pursue these efforts.
Other concerns identified included running afoul of other jurisdictions that require charging for such services at cost, engendering inconsistency with the OECD guidelines, and causing an increase in competent authority cases.
Another inconsistency, which predominantly impacts graduate and professional school students, relates to interest capitalization under the DL and FFEL programs.
CHRIS POWELL today told his Charlton teammates to stamp out the inconsistency which has left boss Alan Curbishley tearing his hair out.
This, of course, is the heart of the inconsistency, which is very close to hypocrisy.
IT has contributed to launch inconsistency. For example, it inadvertently let the OEMs lose focus and neglect long-term process improvement in some cases.