nonlogical

nonlogical

(ˌnɒnˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
(Philosophy) philosophy not involving or based on the principles of logic
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My account is more in line with Moss, who claims that Hegel's section on objectivity is "a schematic for the comprehension of objects," which does not make a direct claim about nonlogical objects.
But it cannot do this alone, for whatever logic distinguishes from its logical complement must exhibit nonlogical properties--size, color, duration, and so on--of which it is an instance.
The scholars John Higley and Jan Pakulski write: 'Pareto famously theorized that governing elites can be distinguished most fundamentally according to which of two nonlogical propensities predominates: a 'Class I' propensity to combine things in innovative ways, which renders governing elites fox-like in actions; a 'Class II' propensity to keep or restore things to traditional forms and ways, which produces lion-like actions.' (Incidentally, this is the same Pareto who formulated the 80-20 or power rule, based on his work in economics: He once estimated that 80 percent of Italy's assets were owned by 20 percent of the population.)
Sage writing "comes to possess a nonlogical unity"; it is an act of "imaginative integration" and "synthesis" that, not unlike the poetic aggregates I describe in this article, pull together disparate pieces and sources to construct "some larger sense of a single total impression" (pp.
Even if not logically entailed by medicalisation, the nonlogical implications of the way medical institutions speak about conditions might serve this purpose.
These three mappings are lossless, and the logical (roles and concepts) versus nonlogical (annotation properties and application data) separation remains intact.
Recalling the sociological insights of Italian theorist Vilfredo Pareto, Wagner argues that even highly discriminatory political processes can acquire a begrudging tolerance among the populace, insofar as politicians successfully invoke nonlogical sentiments as persuasive rationales for their economically meddlesome actions.
The Content Ontology Design pattern [25] is used where contents in SOS are conceptual and instantiated from logical upper-level ontologies and provide explicit nonlogical vocabulary for the domain of interest.
Pareto (p.78, 1935) argues that a logical action must be not only logical from a subjective standpoint, but also from an objective one, "means to ends not only from the standpoint of the subject performing them, but from the standpoint of other persons who have a more extensive knowledge." The other kind of action, that is only logical to a subjective standpoint, Pareto calls nonlogical (not the same as illogical).
For Stelladi, all we know, different from representational thinking is suspended thinking which rests neither in representation nor anything else and this differs from Heidegger's dreams of phantomatic, nonlogical and nonrepresentational thinking.
Through this meta-narratorial incitement Dionne Brand articulates the way that art creates a space where the unscripted and unresolved intuitive responses of the audience-participants create nonlogical linkages between social identifications.
] think of the structural universal as being a complex predicate in a language in which [...] simple universals are some of the words; they comprise the nonlogical vocabulary.