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  • As an example, the idea of noncontradiction appears as a special case of the more general idea of consistency which is itself presented in various forms.


  • The tacit assumption being the principle of noncontradiction applying to reality.

    Bukiet on Brooklyn Books

  • The oldest rule in logic — the law of noncontradiction — must be breached by the ethical imagination.

    Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian

  • In pursuit of such an intersection of linguistics and philosophy, language and existence, the Hegelian legacy of the determinate negative has for Agamben been played out, even the Aristotelian law of noncontradiction.

    Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian

  • We're about to gauge the quite specific (if, I suppose, fitly elusive) idea of potentiality in his revisionary enterprise, and in so doing take some measure of the ethical implications of its paradoxical basis in the transgressed law of noncontradiction.

    Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian

  • Typical of his objections is that in attempting to avoid infinitesimals by the employment of such devices as evanescent quantities and prime and ultimate ratios Newton has in fact violated the law of noncontradiction by first subjecting a quantity to an increment and then setting the increment to 0, that is, denying that an increment had ever been present.

    Continuity and Infinitesimals

  • Meinong's later appeal to the above-mentioned distinction between negation in a wider and narrower sense (4.2.1) shows that he meant only the law of noncontradiction in its traditional, ontological and not in its logical, propositional form.

    Salvation Santa

  • On the contrary, thinking about impossibilia makes the suspension of the law of noncontradiction indispensable.

    Salvation Santa

  • A guy has to reason his way to noncontradiction by going through it.

    A reincarnation of Vishnu...

  • At the same time, however, he contrasts certain truths consisting in the agreement of thoughts with themselves from actual truths, determined by adherence to principles of induction and analogy in addition to the principle of noncontradiction.

    Moses Mendelssohn


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