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abscissio infiniti


from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In logic, a series of arguments which exclude, one after another, various assertions which might be made with regard to the subject under discussion, thus gradually diminishing the number of possible assumptions.


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Borrowing from Latin abscissio infiniti ("abscission of that which is infinite")


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