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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • He was firm and determined and went blindly and obstinately for his object, if once he had been brought by any reasons (and they were often very illogical ones) to believe that it was immutably right.
  • There was, in fact, something surprising in the illogicality and incoherence of some of his desires, accidentally betrayed and always vaguely expressed.

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  • English is illogical. For example, if tongue is pronounced tung, why isn’t argue pronounced arg.
  • She remains stubbornly illogical on that subject.

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