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Definition of apodeictical

Apodeictical
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.

Meaning of apodeictical from wikipedia

- "Apodictic" or "apodeictic" (Ancient Gr****: ἀποδεικτικός, "capable of demonstration") is an adjectival expression from Aristotelean logic that refers to...
- (categorical, hypothetical, disjunctive) and modality (problematic, ****ertoric, apodeictic). The parallelism with Kant's categories is obvious: quantity (unity,...
- Analogies of Experience Modality Modality Problematical ****ertorical Apodeictical Possibility-Impossibility Existence-Non-existence Necessity-Contingence...
- propositions which ****ert the possibility of something being true, or apodeictic propositions which ****ert things which are necessarily or self-evidently...
- produces scientific knowledge of a thing. Such syllogisms are called apodeictical, and are dealt with in the two books of the Posterior Analytics. When...
- any combination of mathematical axioms, mathematicians can explore the apodeictic connections between them, as long as consistency is preserved. According...
- (X is A) Hypothetical (If A then B) Disjunctive (X is either A or B) 4.Modality Problematic (X can be A) ****ertoric (X is A) Apodeictic (X must be A)...
- rejected anything which appeared uncertain and decided to only accept apodeictic knowledge as truth. After invoking the possibility of an omnipotent deceiver...
- chronological account of ancient time, in three parts, (1) Didactical; (2) Apodeictical; (3) Canonical, (1677), an attempt to settle ancient chronology. John...
- (169)—code for his project to reform technology—as differentiated from apodeictic and paradeictic discourse. Basically, deictic discourse has to do with...
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