contradictory

(from the article `logic, history of`) ...two propositions are related as forms A and O or as forms E and I or as affirmative and negative singular propositions, then it must be that one ... ...in earlier decades. One question for all logicians since Boole, and certainly since Frege, had been: Was the theory consistent? In its purely .....
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contradictory

[adj] - of words so related that both cannot be true and both cannot be false 2. [adj] - unable to be both true at the same time 3. [n] - two propositions are contradictories if both cannot be true (or both cannot be false) at the same time
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Contradictory

• (a.) Affirming the contrary; implying a denial of what has been asserted; also, mutually contradicting; inconsistent. • (a.) Opposing or opposed; repugnant. • (n.) propositions with the same terms, but opposed to each other both in quality and quantity. • (n.) A proposition or thing which denies or opposes another; contrariety...
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contradictory

mutually exclusive adjective unable to be both true at the same time
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Contradictory

Con`tra·dict'o·ry adjective [ Late Latin contradictorius : confer French contradictoire .] 1. Affirming the contrary; implying a denial of what has been asserted; also, mutually contradicting; inconsistent. ' Contradictory assertions.' South. 2. Opposing o...
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contradictory

contradictory 1. Having the quality or character of contradicting; denying that a thing stated is completely true. 2. Inconsistent in itself; containing elements opposed to each other. 3. The opposite, the contrary.
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