alogical


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a·log·i·cal

 (ā-lŏj′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Beyond or outside the bounds of logic.

a·log′i·cal·ly adv.
a·log′i·cal·ness n.

alogical

(əˈlɒdʒɪkəl; eɪˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
without logic

a•log•i•cal

(eɪˈlɒdʒ ɪ kəl)

adj.
beyond the scope of logic or logical reasoning.
[1685–95]
a•log′i•cal•ly, adv.
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For others still, the call for reform in Islam is doctrinally alogical.
Kristeva's postulation of the semiotic female principle articulates what many writers, male and female, have acknowledged, a principle, spirit or agent in the self which is preverbal, alogical, ungraspable, but whose violence to existing symbolic systems is the self's most significant because most transforming act upon 'reality.
If the event score radically shifted the musical or choreographic score into the realm of everyday acts and of quotidian movements or sounds (Brecht's particularly pithy Word Event of 1961 simply instructed: EXIT), it also, even more than the Happening, drained the performer of affect, used language as readymade, converted "script" and "acting" into alogical and open-ended exchange.
Part II, "Essays" includes: Michaela Bohmig, "The Russian Cubo-Futurist Opera Victory over the Sun: Aleksei Kruchenykh's Alogical Creation" (109-25); Murray Frame, "Entertainment and Enlightenment in Late Imperial Russian Theatre" (126-35); Laurence Senelick, "On the Eve: The Russian Stage 1911-1914" (136-52); Robert Leach, "Victories over the Sun: The Drama of the Russian Futurists" (153-64); John E.
If I were missioned there, I would want to bring brains to an alogical world, to bring the doctrine of the Filioque to bear in a world which has been prone to Monophysitism, the world of Eastern Christianity, in which this world is condemned to futility, awaiting only to be subsumed by the Light that engulfs all single forms.
Adult Education Certificate in The alogical Studies.
We experience this girl's journey through hazy alogical exchanges and madcap wordplay, but mad as she may be, this girl is no Hatter.
Even if a rhyming pair creates "a kind of fixative counterpattern of alogical implication" (in W.
And however one integrates Aristotle's reflections on the natural slave who "cannot deliberate, but [for whom] the alogical half of his soul is intact," to his credit he did not imply that such was to be animal.
Willie Dunn, the council's enterprise and development leader, said: "Mr Carson's seemed alogical way forward.
One thing we can be sure about is that the new tools cannot be linear; they must be alternative, alogical, and shared with others.
Nethersole touches on this dichotomy, for example by pointing out the irreducible, alogical, meaning performance in the play on "words" and "swords" in one of Elizabeth Chandos's sentences.