The Law of Noncontradiction

Augustine also argued that the law of noncontradiction cannot be disputed, for it must be assumed and employed in every effort to deny it. Thus, to deny the law of noncontradiction, or to “contradict” this law, is in fact to affirm it. (R. C. Sproul, The Consequences of Ideas p. 58).

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