disanalogy


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disanalogy

(ˌdɪsəˈnælədʒɪ)
n
rare a lack of analogy
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13) In other words, there is a major disanalogy between the good life for human beings and the good life for a dog or an apple tree.
I am not deeply troubled by this putative disanalogy.
The only relevant disanalogy between articulatory gestures of spoken and signed languages is that the latter happen to be decoded via a visual rather than an auditory modality.
Derrida in 'How to Avoid Speaking: Denials' explores the analogy and disanalogy of chora with God of negative theology.
for ignoring the disanalogy of law's violence to literature's
this disanalogy between the early nineteenth-century constitutional
I will consider the implications of this and other points of disanalogy in Part IV.
And again, there seems to be a disanalogy in the relation that beliefs bear to truth compared with the relation that motives bear to goodness or ought-ness, as the discussion of Moore-paradoxicality in section 1 illustrated.
The problem with this, the disanalogy, is that while equilibrium has several undoubted beneficial aspects, the same cannot be said for "perfect competition.
Nor is this a disanalogy, even though it occurs in non market activity.
Close attention to the argument also reveals a crucial disanalogy between overtly fictional discourse and discourse about numbers, properties, and so on, which undermines the case for fictionalism.
What remains unsaid is that there is a fundamental disanalogy between sense data and surfaces of physical objects.