obversion definition

  • noun:
    • the entire process of obverting or the problem so resulting.
    • Logic Inference of the obverse of a proposition.
    • The act of turning toward or downward.
    • a sudden inference that denies the contrary of anything previously affirmed.
    • The work of switching toward or downward.
    • The work of instant inference, where we deny the alternative of everything that has been affirmed. This is certainly additionally called “immediate inference by privative conception.”
    • The work of obverting or turning toward some person or thing, or toward a posture seen as the front.
    • In reasoning, just like conversion, or the transposition associated with the topic and predicate of a proposition.
    • In logic:
    • The taking for the contranominal associated with inverse.

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