Definition of antilogism
: an inconsistent triad of propositions in logic of which two are premises of a valid syllogism while the third is the contradictory of its conclusion
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Origin and Etymology of antilogism
Late Greek antilogismos, from Greek anti- 1anti- + logismos calculating, reasoning, from logizesthai to calculate, from logos word, computation — more at legend
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