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Z pozdnělatinského tautologia, které ze starořeckého ταὐτολογία, jež je utvořeno ze základů ταὐτόςtentýž a λόγοςslovo, rozum.

podstatné jméno



pád \ číslo singulár plurál
nominativ tautology tautologies


  1. (v logice, počitatelné) tautologie
    • Most of these possible universes would be hideously inhospitable to intelligent life as we know and can imagine it (but our imagination may be limited), and hence it is said that the reason we find ourselves in one of the rare universes which contain galaxies, chemistry, biology, and the National Science Foundation is due to the anthropic principle: a statement, bordering on tautology, that we can only observe conditions in the universe which permit our own existence, and that perhaps either in a “multiverse” of causally disjoint or parallel realities, all the other possibilities exist as well, most devoid of observers, at least those like ourselves (triune glorgs, feeding on bare colour in universes dominated by quark-gluon plasma would doubtless deem our universe unthinkably cold, rarefied, and dead).[1]
  2. (v lingvistice, nepočitatelné) tautologie (nadbytečné opakování slov)
  3. (v lingvistice, počitatelné) tautologie (výraz obsahující nadbytečné opakování slov)


  1. contradiction