disanalogy


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disanalogy

(ˌdɪsəˈnælədʒɪ)
n
rare a lack of analogy
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Chomsky adds that even if we leave aside the purported disanalogy between the law of falling bodies and linguistic competence, Quine's formulation would still fail because he is guilty of treating physics and linguistics inconsistently.
He notes the significant disanalogy between these experimental paradigms and real world decision-making contexts.
This disanalogy is uncompelling; it is no more incongruous to label
As Aristotle himself says, "we regard neither ox, nor horse, nor any other kind of animal as happy [i.e., eudaimon]; for none of them can share in this sort of [noble] activity." (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. For one thing, tu quoque arguments do operate in the law through assorted equitable doctrines like estoppel, unclean hands, and so on.
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.226
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.