sustantivo (plural antilogies)archaic
A contradiction in terms or ideas.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- In Hopkins's poetic practice, this is rendered by the frequent use of antilogies to qualify the divine.
- More generally, antilogy names the basic rhetorical theory (propounded by Protagoras) that two contrary arguments may be given about everything.
- Accepting this mathematical context produces a semantical change in the meanings of the terms with the result that they no longer stand for classical concepts and are therefore no longer antilogies.
early 17th century: from French antilogie, from Greek antilogia, from anti- 'against' + -logia (see -logy).