Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at paralipsis.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Paralipsis, also known as praeteritio, preterition, cataphasis, antiphrasis, or parasiopesis, is a rhetorical figure of speech wherein the speaker or writer invokes a subject by denying that it should be invoked.
Paralipsis is usually employed to make a subversive ad hominem attack.
Not to Mention Paralipsis The Delaware Department of Transportation put out a "Diversity Spotlight" newsletter offering helpful tips for employees on how to avoid "'workplace faux pas' involving homosexual, black, Asian, white, Hispanic and elderly workers."