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Definition of the adjective a posteriori
What does a posteriori mean as an attribute of a noun?
- involving reasoning from facts or particulars to general principles or from effects to causes
- requiring evidence for validation or support
Alternative definition of the adjective a posteriori
- [logic] Involving deduction of theories from facts.
- [linguistics, of a constructed language] Developed on a basis of languages which already exist.
Definition of the adverb a posteriori
What does a posteriori mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- derived from observed facts
- antonym: a priori
Alternative definition of the adverb a posteriori
- [logic] In a manner that deduces theories from facts.
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A posteriori: An "a posteriori language", according to Louis Couturat, is any constructed language whose elements are borrowed or based on existing languages, as opposed to the a priori languages.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for A Posteriori
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The Descartes Dictionary (2015)
by Kurt Smith
A posteriori/A priori. These are Latin phrases, which translated mean from whatisor comes later (a posteriori) and from whatisor comes before (a priori). The distinction they express has a long history in philosophy, specifically adistinction ...
by Dan Remenyi
Term A posteriori Definition Latin term meaning based on evidence or experience. Thus an a posteriori statement is normally based on some empirical type evidence rather than on an assertion only. 2. A priori Latin term meaning from the ...
by Elsa J. Marty, Charles Taliaferro
A POSTERIORI. Latin, “from later.” A posteriori knowledge stems from experience or observation and so cannot be known beforehand by pure reason or conceptual analysis. We know a posteriori, for example, that Socrates was exein 399 ...
by John J. Drummond
The a posteriori is defined by contrast with the a priori. Whereas the a priori is marked by its necessity and universality and its applicability to both possible and actual objects, the a posteriori lacks necessity and universality and is applicable ...
by Edward Craig
A POSTERIORI A prominent term in theory of knowledge since the seventeenth century, 'a posteriori' signifies a kind of knowledge or justification that depends on evidence, or warrant, from sensory experience. A posteriori truth is truth that ...
by J.E. Roeckelein
A POSTERIORI AND A PRIORI DISTINCTION. Use of the theoretically-related terms a posteriori and a priori originated with the medieval scholastic philosophers of the 14th and 15th centuries, and were popularized later by the 17th century ...
by Centennial Professor of Philosophy John Lachs, PH.D, John Lachs, Robert B. Talisse
A A priori/a posteriori: knowledge A priori/a posteriori: method A priori/a posteriori : pragmatic Abduction Absolute Action Actual occasion Actuality Adams, Elie Maynard Adams, Henry Brooks Adaptation Addams and Hull-House, Jane ...
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I hold that the mark of a genuine idea is that its possibility can be proved, either a priori by conceiving its cause or reason, or a posteriori when experience teaches us that it is in fact in nature. (Gottfried Leibniz)
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