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nontransitive

(nɒnˈtrænsɪtɪv)
adj
(Logic) logic (of a relation) neither transitive nor intransitive
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Moral actions reach beyond the self but also have a consistent "'in-self" or nontransitive dimension whereby they re-echo in the life of that self thanks to consciousness.
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Yet, the same premises may produce a nontransitive relation, challenging the conclusion that every A is C.
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