While Jacobi stood in an antithetic relation to the Kantian philosophy, Fichte appears as its immediate consequence.
From this point of view, there is properly no antithetic of pure reason.
As to the last three, Jimmy the first and Johnny the second of the same family are antithetic.
But the heresy was as incoherent and as credulous as the antithetic orthodoxy.
antithetic and axiomatic sentences abound in his pages, embodying literally the wisdom of the many in the wit of one.
To one familiar with Parisian ways these antithetic notices promised a beautiful scrimmage.
The body consists of two antithetic parts (antimera), and has no trace of radial structure.
It is only in the vocabulary of very careless thinkers that the words truth and fiction are regarded as antithetic.
But, at all events, there is terrible decisiveness about these antithetic propositions.
His periods are antithetic; each contains a surprise and a witty point.
"containing an antithesis," c.1600, from Greek antithetikos "setting in opposition," from antithetos "placed in opposition," from antithesis (see antithesis).