mutual exclusiveness

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Synonyms for mutual exclusiveness

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

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When one divides a phenomenon into categories for investigation, the categories should meet the test of comprehensiveness and mutual exclusiveness.
The lack of mutual exclusiveness has made the principles vulnerable to those who are ideologically opposed to their content or to those who have become disenchanted when the application of any one of the principles did not yield a desired result.
To cast away or reject a principle of truth because of some romanticized ideological tenet or because mutual exclusiveness does not exist among a complex set of interactive agents, is not only illogical but is a threat to the foundations upon which the discipline of management is based.
The mobile-based augmented reality and non-immersive virtual reality market analysis is done separately to maintain the mutual exclusiveness of data sets.
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