Definition of Obverted
1. obvert [v] - See also: obvert
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Literary usage of Obverted
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1. Studies and Exercises in Formal Logic: Including a Generalization of Logical by John Neville Keynes (1887)
"E. (i) Original proposition, No S is P. (ii) Obverse, All S is not-P. (iii) Converse, No Pis S. (iv) obverted Converse, All P is not-S. (v) Contrapositive, ..."
2. The Problem of Logic by William Ralph Boyce Gibson, Augusta Klein (1908)
"p / Contrapositive of contraposi- \ \ tive, or obverted inverse. I SoP Inverse. ... (e) = SeP = contradictory of obverted inverse of (a). Inconsistent. ..."
3. An Elementary Logic by John Edward Russell (1906)
"A proposition is obverted by putting into it a double negation. This double negation is effected, either by using a negative word in each of the terms of ..."
4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1898)
"back it would be obverted, or appear as in a looking glass. A man capable of such a motion would come back into our sight similarly ..."
5. Logic by J. Lacy O'Byrne Croke (1906)
"... and obverted contrapositive; the A and the E thus each giving seven, and the I and the O, each, three, inferable forms from the original proposition. ..."
6. Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology: Including Many of the Principal by James Mark Baldwin (1901)
"As involving conversion, the process is inapplicable to the particular affirmative proposition, the obverted form of which is the inconvertible particular ..."