self-contradictory

[ self-kon-truh-dik-shuh n, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-contradictory
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Moreover, the position of the eaterists is self-contradictory.

It is not self-contradictory, for it is itself the idea of that which is consistent.

But it is self-contradictory that the impure should proceed from the pure, darkness from light.

But where much was self-contradictory, all could not be believed.

That the concept is not self-contradictory is the most that we can say of it.

The principle of natural causality is not self-contradictory.

In consequence of our divided attitude, our ideals are self-contradictory.

And this would prove that the concept on which they are based is self-contradictory.

The two remaining alternatives, as self-contradictory, are inadmissible.

But to say “the particular is the universal” is self-contradictory.

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