Definition of alogism
1 : anything that is contrary or indifferent to logic; specifically : an irrational statement or piece of reasoning
2 : a view that denies to thought a place in the valid and final apprehension of reality
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Origin and Etymology of alogism
Late Latin alogia unreasonableness (from Greek, from a- 2a- + -logia -logy) + English -ism
First Known Use: 1679
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