Aprioristic



belief in, or reliance upon, a priori reasoning, arguments, or principles.
noun
the philosophical doctrine that there may be genuine knowledge independent of experience Compare rationalism (sense 2), sensationalism (sense 3)

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    from a general law to a particular instance; valid independently of observation. Compare (def 1). existing in the mind prior to and independent of experience, as a faculty or character trait. Compare (def 2). not based on prior study or examination; nonanalytic: an a priori judgment. adjective (logic) relating to or involving deductive reasoning from […]

  • Apriority

    from a general law to a particular instance; valid independently of observation. Compare (def 1). existing in the mind prior to and independent of experience, as a faculty or character trait. Compare (def 2). not based on prior study or examination; nonanalytic: an a priori judgment. Historical Examples It is indeed possible that Kant himself […]



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    a garment covering part of the front of the body and tied at the waist, for protecting the wearer’s clothing: a kitchen apron. Anglican Church. a similar garment extending to the knees, worn by bishops, deans, and archdeans. a metal plate or cover, usually vertical, for a machine, mechanism, artillery piece, etc., for protecting those […]

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    aproctia aproctia a·proc·ti·a (ā-prŏk’shē-ə, ə-prŏk’-) n. The congenital absence or imperforation of the anus.



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