In the Petyt, however, we get a suppositional explanation of its manifestly purer text.
And for that we owe much to the so-called ‘theory of suppositional opposites.’
Is it strange that God should have a suppositional 25 opposite?
Human men reflect the communal mortal mind, which is the suppositional opposite of the divine mind that is God.
And that is the opposite––the suppositional opposite––of the mind that is God.
“It is a primitive statement of what is sometimes called the ‘Theory of suppositional opposites’”, replied Hitt.
This lower, misnamed mind is a false claim, a suppositional mind, which I prefer to call mortal mind.
early 15c., a term in logic, from Late Latin suppositionem (nominative suppositio) "assumption, hypothesis," noun of action from past participle stem of supponere (see suppose); influenced by Greek hypothesis.