An opposition or comparison of terms or sentiments occurring in the same sentence as ldquoThe prodigal robs his heir the miser robs himselfrdquo ldquoHe had covertly shot at Cromwell he how honestly targeted at the Queenrdquo
- specific reverse
- the juxtaposition of contrasting terms or suggestions to offer a sense of balance
- an opposition or comparison of terms or sentiments happening in identical sentence; as, "The prodigal robs their heir; the miser robs himself." "He had covertly shot at Cromwell; he just how freely directed at the Queen."
- the 2nd of two clauses forming an antithesis.
- resistance; comparison.
1520s, from Late Latin antithesis, from Greek antithesis "opposition, weight," literally "a placing against," in addition a phrase in reasoning and rhetoric, noun of action from antitithenai "to create against, oppose," a term in reasoning, from anti- "against" (see anti-) + tithenai "to put, spot" (see theme).
(Gr. anti-against, tithenai- setting) In a broad feeling, the opposition or contrast of a few ideas or statements.In viewpoint, a proposition opposed to a given thesis expressing a well known fact or a confident declaration. With Kant, it is the bad person in the antinomies of reason. With Hegel, it is the second phase of this dialectical procedure, which denies initial moment or thesis, and which plays a role in the introduction associated with synthesis mixing the limited facts of the thesis plus the antithesis, and transcending them both.In rhetoric, the comparison involved by an antithesis is technically expressed because of the position of reverse terms in one single or maybe more sentences or conditions. -- T.G.
(n.) An opposition or contrast of terms or sentiments occurring in identical sentence; since, "The prodigal robs their heir; the miser robs himself." "he previously covertly shot at Cromwell; he just how freely targeted at the Queen."
- (n.) The second of two clauses developing an antithesis.
- (n.) Opposition; comparison.
It must not indeed be supposed that the doctrine was as yet the undisputed part of Hebrew faith which it became when the fall of the state and the antithesis to Christianity threw all Jewish thought into the lines of the Pharisees.