For this is impossible in Paracosma; it is a confliction with the laws.
Yet somewhere amid the mass of confliction there follows a thread of fact.
By reason of this one source of authority, there is, therefore, no confliction of creeds.
early 15c., "armed encounter, battle," from Old French conflit and directly from Latin conflictus (see conflict (v.)). Meaning "struggle, quarrel" is from mid-15c. Psychological sense of "incompatible urges in one person" is from 1859 (hence conflicted, past participle adjective). Phrase conflict of interest was in use by 1743.
conflict con·flict (kŏn'flĭkt')
A psychic struggle between opposing or incompatible impulses, desires, or tendencies.