tautologism

tautologism

(tɔːˈtɒləˌdʒɪzəm)
n
(Logic) the use of tautology
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tautologism

Rare. tautology.
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Haac and Viallaneix put their finger to the crux of this construction by emphasizing Michelet's humanistic Tautologism, stripped of all transcendence, in which the people communicates with itself as through an immanent medium.
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