law of excluded middle
qânun-e miyâni soklândé
Fr.: principe du milieu exclu
Same as → principle of excluded middle.
1) (n.) miyân; 2) (adj.) miyâni
Fr.: 1) milieu; 2) du milieu
The point, part, position, etc., equidistant from extremes or limits.
M.E., O.E. middel; cf. M.L.G., Du. middel, Ger. mittel, variant mid; cognate with Pers. miyân, as below; from PIE *medhyo-.
1) Miyân "within, between, center," from
Mid.Pers. mayân "middle; among, between," Av. maidiia- "middle, the middle,"
maiδiiāna- "middle, center,"
maδəma- [adj.] "middle, being in the middle;
middling, of a middling size or quality," maiδim "in the midst of,"
cf. Skt. mádhya-
"middle, located in the middle;" O.H.G. mitti "located in the middle."
havâsepehr-e miyâni, javv-e ~
Fr.: atmosphère moyenne
forusorx-e miyâni (#)
Fr.: infrarouge moyen
Same as → mid-infrared.
Fr.: latitudes moyennes
The latitude belt roughly between 35 and 65 degrees North and South. Also referred to as the temperate region.
Fr.: moyen terme
principle of excluded middle
parvaz-e miyâni sokalândé
Fr.: principe du milieu exclu, ~ ~ tiers ~
The second principle of → formal logic introduced in Aristotle's theory of the → syllogism: A statement is either → true or → false. In other words, two → contradictory → propositions cannot both be true. The truth of one implies the falsehood of the other. Also called law of excluded middle and → principle of excluded third.