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17c., in reference to reasoning from a consequent to its antecedent, from an effect to its cause; Latin, literally "from what comes after;" from a, usual form of ab "off, of, away from& [..]
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In rhetoric, logic, and philosophy, a belief or proposition is said to be a posteriori if it can only be determined through observation (Palmer 381). In general, these are inductive arguments in which [..]
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A conclusion reached through logical reasoning based on facts and observations about the real world. This notion is closely related to the scientific verification of hypotheses and the identification [..]
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The term a posteriori means subsequent to. A posteriori knowledge of something is proven through experience.
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From what comes after. Inductive reasoning based on observation, as opposed to deductive, or a priori
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referring to a statement which requires empirical evidence to be verified or falsified (see a priori, analytic, synthetic).
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A conclusion reached through logical reasoning based on facts and observations about the real world. This notion is closely related to the scientific verification of hypotheses and the identification [..]
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After the fact, or based on experience, contrasted with a priori
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(logic) Involving deduction of theories from facts. * '''1988''', Woolhouse, R. S., ''The empiricists'', Oxford University Press. *: What Locke calls "knowledge" they have called "a priori knowled [..]
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Latin expression: From the latter. Based on observation (i.e., empirical knowledge), the reverse of a priori. Used in mathematics and logic to denote something that is known after a proof has been car [..]
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