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Definition of Logomachy

Logomachy
Logomachy Lo*gom"a*chy, n. [Gr. ?; ? word + ? fight, battle, contest: cf. F. logomachie.] 1. Contention in words merely, or a contention about words; a war of words. The discussion concerning the meaning of the word `` justification' . . . has largely been a mere logomachy. --L. Abbott. 2. A game of word making.

Meaning of Logomachy from wikipedia

- by good faith in the parti****nts. Werenfels went further, regarding "logomachy" as a malaise of the Republic of Letters. The "triumvirate" position on...
- the term with greater precision, distinguishing between logodaedaly and logomachy: In questions of philosophy or divinity, that have occupied the learned...
- 1, pp. 19–39. Thurston, Benjamin (2001). Joseph de Maistre. Logos and Logomachy. Oxford: Brasenose College-Oxford University Doctoral Thesis. Vermale...
- Agonistes and “Empedocles on Etna”), because invective, eristic, polemic, and logomachy are so pronounced an aspect of rhetoric” (19-20). But while impelled to...
- influence led Spare to begin writing several new occult m****cripts, the Logomachy of Zos and the Zoetic Grimoire of Zos, both published in 1998 in Zos Speaks...
- program orthodox economic and numismatic policies, although I have some logomachy with them. I apologize for having tyrannized you with my ****enic phraseology...
- weapons, so he sends a new one, whangdoodle, which probably ranks in logomachy as the boomerang does in physical warfare ... Twain, Mark; Branch, Edgar...
- [contains over 2,920 words] – LogicalLogical Diagram (or Graph) – Logomachy M1 – Major and Minor (extreme, term, premise, satz, &c., in logic) – Mark...
- of New College, Oxford, having offered a sum of £50, for an essay on Logomachy, or the Abuse of Words, FitzGerald bore off the prize with the special...
- endeavor by a happy coordination of historical perspective and speculative logomachy. With a view to attain such an end, there have appeared in recent years...