paradoxology


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paradoxology

the proposing of paradoxical opinions; speaking in paradoxes. — paradoxer, n.
See also: Argumentation
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More specifically, this fact explains the clear paradoxology in relation with the public policies of W.
But, at the same time, as I approach the end, I think of the poet John Donne, who, four centuries ago, chanted the paradoxology of our lives: "Death, thou shalt die.
A thinker operating within the framework of this discourse is bound, by dint of its logic, to get entangled within a certain political paradoxology, which is conducive to the formulation of highly idiosyncratic positions such as Mailer's "Left Conservatism.
last forty years the 'leading' sciences and technologies have had to do with language: phonology and theories of linguistics, problems of communication and cybernetics, modern theories of algebra and informatics, computers and their languages, problems of translation and the search for areas of compatibility among computer languages, problems of information storage and data banks, telematics and the perfection of intelligent terminals, to paradoxology.
We could establish a paradoxology about it because there are (and were) many contradictions which demonstrate how it occupies a unique place within the debate on the risk related to alcohol.