Origin of self-contradiction
Related formsself-con·tra·dict·ing, adjectiveself-con·tra·dic·to·ry, adjective
Examples from the Web for self-contradictory
It was a self-contradictory statement meant to obscure the facts.
Such obsession with accuracy makes what Berg does with creative license for the rest of the story so self-contradictory.
The more he thought, the more inexplicable and self-contradictory her conduct appeared.There and Back|George MacDonald
The conflict between the two countries weaves its way back and forth through elaborate and self-contradictory sets of terms.Government in Republican China|Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger
The assumption of a first unconditioned link in the chain of cosmical conditions is self-contradictory.
His attitude towards the bank-notes was, quite naturally, illogical and self-contradictory.The Price of Love|Arnold Bennett
This happens when a man obstinately refuses to acknowledge plain truths, and persists in maintaining what is self-contradictory.The Golden Sayings of Epictetus|Epictetus