Paradoxic legal definition of paradoxic
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paradoxicaladjective abnormal but true, absurd but true, ambiguous but true, bewildering, conflicting but true, confounding but true, contradictory but true, enigmatic but true, incompatible but true, incongruous but true, inconsissent but true, inconsonant but true
See also: debatable, disputable, impossible, inconsistent, inexplicable, ironic, problematic
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The "literal and paradoxic
significations" of the unconscious are ruddered homeward as the Lacanian "Agency of the Letter" is anchored, "in the end," by an unsayable nothing--a domesticated jouissance--instead of producing a critical knowledge beyond the masculinist principle.
Neuropharmacology of paradoxic
weight gain with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors.
Indeed, continued growth of the catheter ablation industry is likely to have the paradoxic
effect of increasing the use of antiarrhythmic drugs for AF, said Dr.
In addition, benzodiazepines sometimes cause a paradoxic
increase in anxiety.