illogic


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il·log·ic

 (ĭ-lŏj′ĭk)
n.
A lack of logic.

illogic

(ɪˈlɒdʒɪk)
n
(Logic) reasoning characterized by lack of logic; illogicality

il•log•ic

(ɪˈlɒdʒ ɪk)

n.
the state or quality of being illogical.
[1855–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.illogic - invalid or incorrect reasoning
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
invalidity, invalidness - illogicality as a consequence of having a conclusion that does not follow from the premisses
Translations

illogic

[ɪˈlɒdʒɪk] Nfalta f de lógica
References in classic literature ?
And right often have I, the modern, been perturbed and vexed by the foolishness, illogic, obtuseness, and general all-round stupendous stupidity of myself, the primitive.
The most logical argument for illogic I have ever heard," Chris smiled.
And then there's Danny McBride's middleman Red, an indestructible force of surreal illogic like nothing you've ever seen.
Harry Dodge's nearly forty-minute video Fred Can Never Be Called Bald (all works cited, 2011)--appearing in "Frowntown," his first solo outing at this gallery--would seem to follow the illogic of fallacy.
The groups also want to ensure that the public understands the illogic of current polls being used to defend these security measures.
It may be the upside of a constitutional monarchy that we do not confuse aristocrats and politicos, and no-one feels the urge to bow before complaining about their broadband speed and the illogic of importing elderberries.
What Habermas and Redekop both elide to some extent is the strangeness and illogic that writers always identified with the public.
In one atrocity, Osama bin Laden may have accomplished what a generation of conservative writers have failed to do: convince mainstream liberals of the illogic and nihilism of the powerful postmodern left.
Certainly out of illogic (Unlogik), whose realm originally must have been enormous.
Authority is now spread among nearly 20 agencies and departments, and reports of gaps, inconsistencies, duplication and illogic abound, But concentrating so much power in one agency, the sheer magnitude of attempting to revamp the huge federal regulatory bureaucracy and the practicalities of convincing Congress to change the law make a less drastic solution seem more reasonable.
Our therefores and whereases are life rafts for a society sinking in a sea of illogic.
In this case, the analytical and formal phrasing of his defense of "the Southern tendency" ironically calls attention to the illogic of Southern public opinion, and also to the constraints placed upon Chesnutt's writing by the white literary market.