Definition of pseudo-proposition in English:

pseudo-proposition

noun

  • A spurious proposition; (Philosophy) a sentence, etc., which is presented as meaningful but which can be shown by philosophical analysis to be meaningless.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Mind. From pseudo- + proposition.

Pronunciation

pseudo-proposition

/ˌs(j)uːdə(ʊ)prɒpəˈʒɪʃn/