Again, he might be inconsistent; now, for example, calling a universal a substance in deference to Plato, and now denying that a universal can be a substance in consequence of his own doctrine that every substance is an individual; and so as to contradict himself in the same treatise, though not in the same breath or at the same moment of thinking.
And all these proposals, based on strategics and tactics, contradict each other.
She couldn't imagine potty training one let alone training some ancient creature to contradict his nature.
You should not contradict what a previous referee has said.
Such friendships testify both to the worth and the attractiveness of his character, and contradict the old legend that he was an unsociable misanthrope.
His question was designed to contradict his wife.
Generally, however, Hahnemann's views contradict those of Brown, though moving somewhat in the same plane.
But what this program consists in these historians do not say, or if they do they continually contradict one another.
Unity may be made to contradict diversity, permanence change, the particular the universal, individuality relatedness.
He did nothing harmful to the progress of the battle; he inclined to the most reasonable opinions, he made no confusion, did not contradict himself, did not get frightened or run away from the field of battle, but with his great tact and military experience carried out his role of appearing to command, calmly and with dignity.