Definition of Antilogies

1. Noun. (plural of antilogy) ¹



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Definition of Antilogies

1. antilogy [n] - See also: antilogy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Antilogies

antilithiatic
antilithic
antilithics
antilitter
antilittering
antilobium
antilocalization
antilock
antilock brake
antilog
antilogarithm
antilogarithmic
antilogarithms
antilogging
antilogical
antilogies (current term)
antilogous
antilogs
antilogy
antiloimic
antiloimics
antiloitering
antilopine
antilopine kangaroo
antilopine wallaby
antilopine wallaroo
antilottery
antilove
antiluetic
antiluetics

Literary usage of Antilogies

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1. Dictionnaire pour l'intelligence des auteurs classiques, grecs et latins by [François] Sabbathier (1767)
"... des antilogies , 6с. des contradictions , qui ne font, qu'apparentes , &. toutes relatives à notre manière ..."

2. Examination of the Principles of the Scoto-Oxonian Philosophy by M. P. W. Bolton (1861)
"The antilogies in thought are, indeed, all equally illegal; and as none of them ... And as these antilogies result only from the transcendence of thought; ..."

3. Greek Thinkers: A History of Ancient Philosophy by Theodor Gomperz (1905)
"The inference may be stated in the following positive form : The " antilogies " discussed problems of ethics and politics in a dialectic fashion. ..."

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