illogicality illogicality


  • (n) invalid or incorrect reasoning


  1. A little illogicality, I cite the 4,000-year-old Californian sequoia trees as suggestive of a possible afterlife for that part of man which is separate from his body.
  2. The state and local laws that do existmany of them outdatedhave sprouted into thickets of illogicality and contradiction.


  1. "The illegality of labor smuggling lies in the illogicality of globalization," Mr. Glenny writes.
    on Apr 10, 2008 By: Misha Glenny Source: New York Times

  2. Mr Brady, the first front-bencher to quit under Mr Cameron's leadership, said: "This argument highlights the illogicality of supporting popular selective systems but preventing them from expanding when parents want them to."
    on May 31, 2007 By: Graham Brady Source:

  3. In the classic Russian spy novel "Under Western Eyes" Joseph Conrad wrote: "The illogicality of their attitude, the arbitrariness of their conclusions, the frequency of the exceptional:" - these are only a few of the character traits he...
    on Dec 3, 2006 By: Joseph Conrad Source: Ynetnews

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