Apriority
Apriority A`pri*or"i*ty, n. The quality of being innate in the mind, or prior to experience; a priori reasoning. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • apriority — [ā΄prī ôr′ə tē] n. 1. the quality or fact of being a priori 2. the use of a priori reasoning * * * See a priori. * * * …   Universalium

  • apriority — [ā΄prī ôr′ə tē] n. 1. the quality or fact of being a priori 2. the use of a priori reasoning …   English World dictionary

  • apriority — noun see a priori …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • apriority — noun The quality or state of being known a priori See Also: apriorism, aprioristic, aprioristically …   Wiktionary

  • apriority — adj. a priori, from cause to effect, deductive, valid independently of observation, formed or conceived beforehand …   English contemporary dictionary

  • apriority — apri·or·i·ty …   English syllables

  • apriority — ˌ ̷ ̷ prēˈȯrəd.ē, | ̷ ̷ˌprīˈ , ˈärə noun ( es) 1. : the quality or state of being a priori 2. : the character in a proposition of following from principles that are a priori …   Useful english dictionary

  • a priori — apriority /ay pruy awr i tee, or /, n. /ay pruy awr uy, ohr uy, ay pree awr ee, ohr ee, ah pree awr ee, ohr ee/ 1. from a general law to a particular instance; valid independently of observation. Cf. a posteriori (def. 1). 2. existing in the mind …   Universalium

  • Nathan Salmon — Nathan Ucuzoglu Salmon Full name Nathan Ucuzoglu Salmon Born January 2, 1951 Los Angeles, California Era 20th century 21st century Region Western Philosophy School Analytic philosophy …   Wikipedia

  • a priori — adjective Etymology: Latin, literally, from the former Date: 1652 1. a. deductive b. relating to or derived by reasoning from self evident propositions compare a posteriori c. presupposed by experience …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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