Principle of contradiction

Definition of Principle of contradiction

(Logic) the axiom or law of thought that a thing cannot be and not be at the same time, or a thing must either be or not be, or the same attribute can not at the same time be affirmed and and denied of the same subject; also called the law of the excluded middle.

See also: Contradiction

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