antilogy  antilogia
 an-ti'-lo-gy from Gk. anti, "against" and logia, "speaking"

  A contradiction either in terms or ideas. More generally, antilogy names the basic rhetorical theory (propounded by Protagoras) that two contrary arguments may be given about everything. See in utrumque partes.

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