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  • n  invalid or incorrect reasoning

  • 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.
  • The state and local laws that do existmany of them outdatedhave sprouted into thickets of illogicality and contradiction.
  • Poetic writing, sensibility to the relationship between men and Nature, insight into the illogicality of human action, human destiny, project the reader into the inscrutable .
Quotes

  • Misha Glenny in New York Times
    The illegality of labor smuggling lies in the illogicality of globalization,Mr. Glenny writes.
  • Graham Brady in Telegraph.co.uk
    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."
  • Joseph Conrad in Ynetnews
    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...

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