écrit le: 14 novembre 2011 par admin
aporia (noun) Refers to a question logically insoluble.,
Meaning and uses
Called aporia (in Greek aporia, no way, trouble, trouble) difficulty to solve a problem. For Aristotle, this is an issue that puts the reader or listener in an awkward position to decide between two statements.
aporia – Logical problem insoluble
aporia – An argument is said aporetic when it leads to an inability to conclude, to give an answer to the problem examined. The impasse is reached then called an aporia. …
aporia – difficulty, uncertainty, logical impasse.
aporia – nf Rhetore. Dubitation.
aporia – the Greek word ‘aporia,’ the aporia means, literally, the absence of passage and, by extension, the state of embarrassment that is the one who encounters an obstacle in the search for truth.