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Definition of Consequence
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Misconsequence Mis*con"se*quence, n.
A wrong consequence; a false deduction.
Superconsequence Su`per*con"se*quence, n.
Remote consequence. [Obs.] --Sir T. Browne.
Meaning of Consequence from wikipedia
to: Logical consequence
, also known
as a consequence
relation, or entailment
conditioning, a result
of some behavior
- Logical consequence
(also entailment) is a fundamental concept
in logic, which describes
the relationship between statements
that hold true when one statement...
- In the social
sciences, unintended consequences
(sometimes unanti****ted consequences
or unforeseen consequences
) are outcomes
of a purposeful
- better known
by his stage
, is an American rapper
from Queens, New York City, New York. Consequence debuted
in 1996, appearing
- Lake Consequence
is a 1992 made for television erotic drama
film. It was directed
by Rafael Eisenman
by Sue Swan. The film's tagline
(CoS) is an independently owned
Chicago-based online magazine featuring
news, editorials, and reviews
of music, movies, and television...
- Collateral consequences
are the effects
of a given action
that are unintended, unknown, or at least
not explicit. A collateral consequence
(T or C) is a city in and the county
seat of Sierra
County, New Mexico, United
States. In 2010, the po****tion was 6,475. It has...
- The term "inverse consequences
" or the "Law of Inverse Consequences
that are the opposite
of the expected results
- The consequence argument
is an argument against compatibilism
po****rised by Peter
van Inwagen. The argument claims
that if agents
have no control
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