Definition of Obverting
1. obvert [v] - See also: obvert
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Literary usage of Obverting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Introductory Logic by James Edwin Creighton (1909)
"... non-S.' This may be obtained by obverting the result obtained in the last paragraph, ' all bodies that do not revolve around the sun are non- planets. ..."
2. A Manual of Logic by James Welton (1896)
"I) by contra- positing the major premise and obverting the minor. Thus :— PaM MeP SoM SiM .:Sof SoP A comparison of the diagrams shows that the SM in that ..."
3. Practical Logic, Or, The Art of Thinking: A Text-book for Schools and Colleges by Daniel Seely Gregory (1881)
"obverting the predicate, this becomes: No x is not-y; No men are not-angels. Changing the quality of the judgment from negative to affirmative, ..."
4. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1905)
"The analogous theorem in plane geometry is proved by obverting one of the ... What would happen is simply this : By obverting one of the pyramids in the ..."
5. Studies and Exercises in Formal Logic: Including a Generalization of Logical by John Neville Keynes (1887)
"(1) By obverting and combining the second set of propositions, we have Nothing is ... Again, by obverting and combining the third set of propositions, ..."
6. An Outline of Logic by Boyd Henry Bode (1910)
"The process of obverting the statement, ' Some planets are not inhabited,' may be ... By obverting this latter proposition once more, we get back to the ..."
7. An Elementary Handbook of Logic by John Joseph Toohey (1918)
"By obverting the inverse \ve obtain the partial inverse, viz. "Some non-residents are not combatants. ..."
8. Euclid's Parallel Postulate: Its Nature, Validity, and Place in Geometrical by John William Withers (1905)
"As we have said, the analogous theorem in plane geometry is proved by obverting one of the triangles in the third dimension. Were there a fourth dimension ..."