from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or pertaining to paralogism
- adj. illogical
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Containing paralogism; illogical.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Characterized by paralogism or incorrect reasoning; illogical.
But Miss March occupies a paralogical realm in which you can casually flip through a stroke mag in a gas station instead of asking for one behind the counter and CDs can still be purchased up at Tower Records.
Herewith, I reproduce Francis' latest paralogical gem verbatim responding to some of my own deathless prose:
Just for fun, let's see if Neo is capable of a snappy, relevant, issue-related comeback, or whether he's going to fall back on that thoroughly tedious and paralogical "Canadian Cecilia" idiocy.
When in my EP presentation I suggest that dedicated practitioners of the Decalogue discern paralogical ways of living out their faith, I do so not from any interest in triumphing over Sacramerica, or compelling other people to adopt a more “ekklesial” way of life.
On the other hand, the paralogical inventiveness of science raises the possibility of a new sense of justice, as well as knowledge, as we move among the language games now entangling us.
Only the strong can stomach reading Sully's bizarre, paralogical rants, but I figure I have to do it so you don't.
As I've warned before, don't try this sort of paralogical hypocrisy at home, boys and girls.
Back in college, my philosophy (fun but worthless class) teacher would call that paralogical thinking.