[ ob-vur-zhuh n, -shuh n ]
/ ɒbˈvɜr ʒən, -ʃən /


an act or instance of obverting.
something that is obverted.
Logic. a form of inference in which a negative proposition is obtained from an affirmative, or vice versa, as “None of us is immortal” is obtained by obversion from “All of us are mortal.”

Origin of obversion

1840–50; < Late Latin obversiōn- (stem of obversiō) a turning toward, equivalent to obvers(us) (see obverse) + -iōn- -ion
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