Definition of Tautologous. Meaning of Tautologous. Synonyms of Tautologous

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Definition of Tautologous

Tautologous
Tautologous Tau*tol"o*gous, a. [Gr. ?; ?, for ? ? the same + ? to speak.] Repeating the same thing in different words; tautological. [R.] --Tooke.

Meaning of Tautologous from wikipedia

- Tautology may refer to: Tautology (language), redundant statements in literature and rhetoric Tautology (logic), in formal logic, a statement that is true...
- below) that the property of tautologous – as yet to be defined – is "inherited": if one begins with a set of tautologous axioms (postulates) and a deduction...
- Wittgenstein and Poincaré, claiming that mathematical truths were not only non-tautologous but were synthetic, he later spoke in favor of them in 1918: Everything...
- 2018. Duan Albanach, 23 here; as Dub means "Black", "Dub the Black" is tautologous. "Culen or Colin (r. 967–971)". royal.gov.uk. Retrieved 1 July 2018....
- Inishmore, the largest of the Aran Islands. The name of the ferry is tautologous, since "Inishmore" derives from the Irish for "big island". Despite not...
- representation is constructed in such a way as to make its properties seem tautologous, it is a fundamental object of the theory. A subrepresentation is equivalent...
- on the Allt an Eas Fors (Eas Fors Burn) south of Dervaig. The name is tautologous: eas is Gaelic for waterfall, and fors or foss is also Norse for waterfall...
- definitions have been critiqued by Perry D. Klein as being so unclear as to be tautologous and thus unfalsifiable. Having a high musical ability means being good...
- tor, combe, bere, and hele from Brittonic common in Devon place-names. Tautologous, two-tongue names exist in England, such as: Derwen****er (for Brittonic...
- criticisms include the epistemological argument that functionalism is tautologous, that is it attempts to account for the development of social institutions...