Definition of Tautologically. Meaning of Tautologically. Synonyms of Tautologically

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Definition of Tautologically

Tautologically
Tautological Tau`to*log"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. tautologique.] Involving tautology; having the same signification; as, tautological expression. -- Tau`to*log"ic*al*ly, adv. Tautological echo, an echo that repeats the same sound or syllable many times.

Meaning of Tautologically from wikipedia

- replacement for logical expressions Pleonasm Redundancy (disambiguation) Tautological (disambiguation) Tautonym, a scientific name of a species in which both...
- of tautological implication is trivially satisfied. Similarly, if S {\displaystyle S} is a tautology, then S {\displaystyle S} is tautologically implied...
- mathematics, tautological may refer to: Logic: Tautological consequence Geometry, where it is used as an alternative to canonical: Tautological bundle Tautological...
- Maunganui is tautological since "maunganui" is Māori for "great mountain". The following is a list of place names often used tautologically, plus the languages...
- In mathematics, the tautological bundle is a vector bundle occurring over a Gr****mannian in a natural tautological way: the fiber of the bundle over a...
- common suffix is "-kamma", from the Khoisan term for "river" (often tautologically the English term "river" is added to the name). The Zulu word amanzi...
- algebraic geometry, the tautological ring is the subring of the Chow ring of the moduli space of curves generated by tautological cl****es. These are cl****es...
- then p tautologically implies every proposition, because there is no truth valuation that causes p to be true and so the definition of tautological implication...
- In mathematics, the tautological one-form is a special 1-form defined on the cotangent bundle T ∗ Q {\displaystyle T^{*}Q} of a manifold Q {\displaystyle...
- A couplet is a pair of lines in verse. Couplet may also refer to: Couplet (traffic), a pair of one-way streets which carry opposing directions of traffic...
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