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- n. The quality of being paradoxical.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being paradoxical.
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But if the Moore-paradoxicality of a set of moral attitudes is supposed to justify counting moral judgemets that express them as inconsistent, we should regard these sentences as inconsistent.
A rabbi - whom I immediately felt sorry for - was 'awash in paradoxicality', which apparently proved that 'cognitive dissonance is good for intractable conflicts'.
The very paradoxicality of the situation seemed to give me a clue.
Thirty participants had a "complete mystical experience," which consisted of scoring above 60 percent on the dimensions of unity, transcendence of time and space, ineffability and paradoxicality, sacredness, noetic quality, and positive mood I'm not sure I even know what all that means, but I'm sure I would if I took such a high dosage of psilocybin!
The penchant to extremes, paradoxicality, and irrationalism have become stereotypical characteristics of "Russianness".
Apparently this is what constitutes the paradoxicality of the Trinity.
But that’s people who haven’t read about paradoxicality and the fact that this is a multilevel, post-quantum universe that we live in.