### Lexicographical Neighbors of Obverted

### Literary usage of Obverted

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**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 ..."