Examples from the Web for contraposition
We have given examples and illustrations in the paragraph describing Conversion by Contraposition.Thought-Culture|William Walker Atkinson
They are all remarkable for harmonies attained by certain combinations of shade in gradations with colours in contraposition.
A further process, known as Contraposition or Conversion by Negation, consists of conversion following on obversion.
It is for dealing with these intractable moods that Contraposition is required.Logic, Inductive and Deductive|William Minto
In this it differs from Obversion, Conversion, and Contraposition, each of which stands for one process.Logic|Carveth Read
British Dictionary definitions for contraposition
Word Origin and History for contraposition
1550s, from Late Latin contrapositionem (nominative contrapositio), noun of action from past participle stem of contraponere, from contra "against" (see contra) + ponere "to put, place" (see position (n.)).