Anti-logistic

antilogism

[an-til-uh-jiz-uhm]
noun Logic.
a group of three inconsistent propositions, two of which are premises of a syllogism that contradict the third.

Origin:
1900–05; < Late Greek antilogismós, equivalent to anti- anti- + logismós calculation, derivative of logízesthai to calculate, derivative of lógos reckoning

antilogistic, adjective
antilogistically, adverb
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