anti-sophistic

sophistic

[suh-fis-tik]
adjective
1.
of the nature of sophistry; fallacious.
2.
characteristic or suggestive of sophistry.
3.
given to the use of sophistry.
4.
of or pertaining to sophists or sophistry.
Also, sophistical.


Origin:
1540–50; < Latin sophisticus < Greek sophistikós, equivalent to sophist(ḗs) (see sophist) + -ikos -ic

sophistically, adverb
sophisticalness, noun
antisophistic, adjective
nonsophistic, adjective
nonsophistical, adjective
nonsophistically, adverb
nonsophisticalness, noun
unsophistic, adjective
unsophistical, adjective
unsophistically, adverb
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sophistic or sophistical (səˈfɪstɪk)
 
adj
1.  of or relating to sophists or sophistry
2.  consisting of sophisms or sophistry; specious
 
sophistical or sophistical
 
adj
 
so'phistically or sophistical
 
adv

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