Aequipollent

Aequipollent, in der Logik Sätze, die in andern Worten dasselbe sagen; daher Aequipollenz.


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  • equipollent — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Latin aequipollent , aequipollens, from aequi equi + pollent , pollens, present participle of pollēre to be able Date: 15th century 1. equal in force, power, or validity 2. the same in… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • equipollent — equipollence, equipollency, n. equipollently, adv. /ee kweuh pol euhnt, ek weuh /, adj. 1. equal in power, effect, etc.; equivalent. 2. Logic. (of propositions, propositional forms, etc.) logically equivalent in any of various specified ways. n.… …   Universalium

  • equipollent — [ˌi:kwɪ pɒl(ə)nt, ˌɛkwɪ ] adjective archaic equal in power, effect, or significance. Derivatives equipollence noun equipollency noun Origin ME: from OFr. equipolent, from L. aequipollent of equal value , from aequi equally + pollere be strong …   English new terms dictionary

  • equipollent — e•qui•pol•lent [[t]ˌi kwəˈpɒl ənt, ˌɛk wə [/t]] adj. 1) equal in power, effect, etc.; equivalent 2) pho (of two propositions, propositional forms, etc.) logically equivalent 3) an equivalent • Etymology: 1375–1425; late ME < LL aequipollent ,… …   From formal English to slang

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