illogical conclusion

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It will lead him, in the most logical progression, to what, in the eyes of artists, would be a most illogical conclusion. Thus: bad drawing, bad proportion, bad perspective, indifference to truthful detail, color which gets its merit from time, and not from the artist--these things constitute the Old Master; conclusion, the Old Master was a bad painter, the Old Master was not an Old Master at all, but an Old Apprentice.
With zero-vote IPO stock, the logic of leveraging control from a minority interest through the dual-class structure has now reached its illogical conclusion. With non-voting shares, a founder can now advise investors plainly, without any pretense or suggestion otherwise, that he or she will take their money but not their advice.
If one insists on an uninformed assertion or an illogical conclusion, then cries repression when corrected, that has nothing to do with elitism.
This leads to the illogical conclusion that during difficult times a vineyard in Napa, Calif., that borders Lake County should be worth the same amount as an identical vineyard in Lake County that borders Napa.
Taken to an illogical conclusion, this might create a measure of uncertainty about Poyet's position.
This illogical conclusion is heavily grounded in a field of study known as behavioral economics.
Such cult intoxication may lead society to a blind and illogical conclusion and eventually to utter anarchy." K.P.
Trouble is, there's an irritating reasoning to them and she pushes and pushes until each one is taken to either a logical or an illogical conclusion.
This book takes an important theme about being what you eat and takes it to its illogical conclusion. It is done in a fun and irreverent manner that young children should love.
This assumption--which reaches its illogical conclusion during times of national panic, when do-something busybodies like Michael Bloomberg will say that it doesn't matter what Washington does, it just needs to do something--is oblivious to the law of unintended consequences, to the reality of corporatist lobbying, and to the limitations of government power.
However, her illogical conclusion is also a major shift in her character, inconsistent with the resourceful, smart girl at the beginning of the story.
On some of them, life has seemed to have come to an illogical conclusion prematurely.