An inconsistent set of sentences.

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  • antilogism — an·til·o·gism …   English syllables

  • antilogism — /ænˈtɪlədʒɪzəm/ (say an tiluhjizuhm) noun Logic a group of three inconsistent propositions, two of which are premises of a syllogism that contradicts the third. {Late Greek antilogismos} …   Australian English dictionary

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