Seminaries are eliminated, ipso facto, as they cannot exist on thin air.
He may be an ornamental, but he is certainly not ipso facto a useful, member of society.
He is the administrator of her fortune and has, ipso facto, its usufruct.
In the first place, then, the assumption is ipso facto irrational.
It cannot be true unless the speaker knows128 what he says, and he who knows what madness is, is ipso facto sane.
Should the General Assembly adopt it, the church is ipso facto, divided.
I did not like the man very much: he is a worshipper of Virchow and an enemy of English psychology, etc., ipso facto.
Any act that may be done for this purpose is to be, ipso facto, null and void.
These are axioms: outside of these axioms, all is ipso facto null.
A good stealer, a good user of what he takes, is ipso facto a good inventor.
Latin, literally "by that very fact."