self-contradiction

NOUN
  1. contradicting yourself
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  • This is because liars must avoid self-contradictions.
  • Or, as Schutz puts it, in what at first glance seems a self-contradiction, “while gesture fails to alter the sound of the note, it … alters the way the note sounds.” The scientific case for live music
  • It leads them down a path of self-contradiction and alienation.
  • The infinite regulation of cosmos has the characteristics of source, ego restriction, criticized inherit and infinite equilibrium of objective self-contradiction.
  • He starts with a letter from a reader notable both for its irrelevance and its self-contradiction.
  • I would only make this specific argument from self-contradiction against someone who claimed that no mental states exist (i.e., some version of eliminative materialism), or a radical skeptic who claimed that we know nothing about mental states. The Philosophy of Introspection, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Pritchett's main assertion contains a core of self-contradiction. Let's Increase Poverty, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • A man fully steeped in the niceties of Austrian economics might still reject these ends, and not be forced to endure the pain of self-contradiction.
  • Further, self-centeredness, self-consciousness, and self-contradiction are not wholly reducible to self-delusion in these narratives.
  • This is the greatest self-contradiction I've heard all day.
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