Apriorism
Apriorism A`pri*o"rism, n. [Cf. F. apriorisme.] An a priori principle. [1913 Webster]

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  • apriorism — noun The idea that some knowledge of the physical world can be derived logically from general principles …   Wiktionary

  • apriorism — n. priori principle …   English contemporary dictionary

  • apriorism — apri·o·rism …   English syllables

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