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Moreover, other signs of formal thought disorder such as illogicality, concrete thinking, and circumstantiality may occur both in schizophrenia and in individuals with borderline intelligence in absence of psychosis.
It is a new parliament and I think new Members of Parliament will want to think very carefully about how we best deal with Isil, and the illogicality of Isil not respecting the borderlines - they don't differentiate between Syria and Iraq, they are establishing this evil caliphate across both countries.
The approach to irrationality or illogicality dictated by the authorities in the High Court appears to be that even if the decision maker's articulation of how and why he or she went from the facts to the decision is not rational or logical, if someone else could have done so on the evidence the decision is not one that will be set aside.
Prosecutor general Luigi Riello had described it as "a rare mix of violation of the law and illogicality and should be overturned," and accused the appeal judge of having "lost his way".
Therefore, repetition and reiteration reflect the crisis of logos and reason when faced with genocide, since the babble of words is the most appropriate metaphor of the illogicality of history.
As Gaddafi exercised absolute power with everything under his control, rebelling against his authoritarianism and achieving victory over it were, for some, a kind of impossibility and illogicality.
An unrepentant leader refusing to apologize for his unpalatable outburst only goes to accentuate the illogicality of his pitifully shortsighted views.
115 is on Meidias' untrustworthiness and on the illogicality of his case against Demosthenes, which his behaviour in allowing him to go abroad demonstrates ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII];).
Dialysis adequacy: the clinical illogicality of Kt/V urea].
Nobody doubts that Suffolk's boundaries with Cambridgeshire have been illogically, even weirdly, drawn, but Newmarket is not the only town that straddles the borders of two counties and we surely need stronger reasons than the removal of the illogicality for all the costly upheaval that the change would entail.
My hunt for a chicken for a small dinner illustrated the illogicality of life then--meat was unavailable since cattle owners had gone on an undeclared but successful strike to protest the price controls imposed by the Government.
Indeed, the only reason that I caught as many as I did was because of the immediate perception of nonsense or illogicality that caused me to check the Greek and the French.