Definition of Apodictic. Meaning of Apodictic. Synonyms of Apodictic

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Definition of Apodictic

Apodictic
Apodeictic Ap"o*deic"tic, Apodictic Ap`o*dic"tic, Apodeictical Ap`o*deic"tic*al, Apodictical Ap`o*dic"tic*al, a. [L. apodicticus, Gr. ?, fr. ? to point out, to show by argument; ? from + ? to show.] Self-evident; intuitively true; evident beyond contradiction. --Brougham. Sir Wm. Hamilton.
Apodictic
Apodictic Ap`o*dic"tic, a. Same as Apodeictic.

Meaning of Apodictic from wikipedia

- "Apodictic", also spelled "apodeictic" (Ancient Gr****: ἀποδεικτικός, "capable of demonstration"), is an adjectival expression from Aristotelean logic...
- morality (or moral claims), and contrasts this sort of reasoning with the apodictic reasoning (involving facts beyond dispute or clearly established) of philosophical...
- that the apodictic laws were a feature only found in Israelite codes. Scholars do, however, agree that the contrast between the apodictic and casuistic...
- Categorical Hypothetical Disjunctive Modality Problematic ****ertoric Apodictic Table of Categories Mathematical Quantity Unity Plurality Totality Quality...
- (Russell's paradox). This was solved by the inclusion of axioms with the apodictic inference rules of mathematical theories; the re-introduction of axiomatic...
- Hugh Tredennick (trans.) Prior Analytics Aristotle's distinction between apodictic science and other forms of nondemonstrative knowledge rests on an epistemology...
- Universal Particular Singular Quality Affirmative Negative Infinite Relation Categorical Hypothetical Disjunctive Modality Problematical ****ertoric Apodictic...
- strictly casuistic ("if ... then"); unlike in the Mosaic Law, there are no apodictic laws (general commands). These would more obviously suggest prescriptive...
- any degree of certitude; determinate knowledge, on the other hand, is "apodictic", i.e., based on facts or ideas that are considered to be "true", from...
- immediately on intuition and indeed on pure intuition a priori because it is apodictically (demonstrably) certain." "Space has Four Dimensions" is a short story...