apodictic

  • 1 apodictic — APODÍCTIC, Ă , apodictici, ce, adj. (Despre judecăţi, demonstraţii etc.) Care exprimă raporturi şi legături necesare între lucruri sau fenomene; care exclude posibilitatea unei opoziţii. – Din fr. apodictique, lat. apodicticus. Trimis de laurap,… …

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  • 2 Apodictic — Ap o*dic tic, a. Same as {Apodeictic}. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 apodictic — index axiomatic, categorical, incontrovertible Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4 apodictic — (adj.) clearly demonstrated, 1650s, from L. apodicticus, from Gk. apodeiktikos, from apodeiktos, verbal adjective of apodeiknynai to show off, demonstrate, lit. to point away from (other objects, at one), from apo off, away (see APO (Cf. apo )) + …

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  • 5 apodictic — [ap΄ədīk′tikap΄ə dik′tik] adj. [L apodicticus < Gr apodeiktikos, proving clearly < apodeiknynai, to show by argument < apo , from + deiknynai, to show] that can clearly be shown or proved; absolutely certain or necessarily true: also… …

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  • 6 apodictic — adjective /apə(ʊ)ˈdɪktɪk/ a) Incontrovertible; demonstrably true or certain. No religion has ever yet owed its prevalence to ‘apodictic certainty’. b) A style of argument, in which a person presents their reasoning as categorically true, even if… …

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  • 7 Apodictic — Apodeictic Ap o*deic tic, Apodictic Ap o*dic tic, Apodeictical Ap o*deic tic*al, Apodictical Ap o*dic tic*al, a. [L. apodicticus, Gr. ?, fr. ? to point out, to show by argument; ? from + ? to show.] Self evident; intuitively true; evident beyond… …

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  • 8 apodictic — also apodeictic adjective Etymology: Latin apodicticus, from Greek apodeiktikos, from apodeiknynai to demonstrate, from apo + deiknynai to show more at diction Date: circa 1645 expressing or of the nature of necessary truth or absolute certainty… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 9 apodictic — См. apodictal …

    Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • 10 apodictic — apodictically, apodeictically, adv. /ap euh dik tik/, adj. 1. incontestable because of having been demonstrated or proved to be demonstrable. 2. Logic. (of a proposition) necessarily true or logically certain. Also, apodeictic /ap euh duyk tik/,… …

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  • 11 apodíctic — a|po|díc|tic Mot Pla Adjectiu variable …

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  • 12 apodíctic — adj. m., pl. apodíctici; f. sg. apodícticã, pl. apodíctice …

    Romanian orthography

  • 13 apodictic — [ˌapə dɪktɪk] (also apodeictic dʌɪktɪk) adjective formal clearly established or beyond dispute. Origin C17: via L. from Gk apodeiktikos, from apodeiknunai show off, demonstrate …

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  • 14 apodictic — a. See apodeictic …

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  • 15 apodictic — ap·o·dic·tic …

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  • 16 apodictic — ap•o•dic•tic [[t]ˌæp əˈdɪk tɪk[/t]] also ap•o•deic•tic [[t] ˈdaɪk [/t]] adj. pho demonstrably or necessarily true • Etymology: 1645–55; < L apodīcticus < Gk apodeiktikós proving fully. See apo , deictic ap o•dic′ti•cal•ly, adv …

    From formal English to slang

  • 17 apodictic — /æpəˈdɪktɪk/ (say apuh diktik) adjective 1. incontestable because demonstrated or demonstrable. 2. Logic descriptive of a proposition (in Aristotelian logic) or a judgement (in Kantian), the truth of which it claims to be necessary. Also,… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 18 apodictic —   a. evident; demonstrable; incontrovertible …

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  • 19 apodictic — adj. (also apodeictic) 1 clearly established. 2 of clear demonstration. Etymology: L apodicticus f. Gk apodeiktikos (as APO , deiknumi show) …

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  • 20 apodictic law — Divine law in the OT expressing absolute prohibitions or injunctions, as in the Ten Commandments (‘You shall not make an idol’, Exod. 20:4) …

    Dictionary of the Bible