Definition for "a priori"
Proceeding from a known or thought cause to…
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Proceeding from a known or thought cause to a necessarily relevant effect; deductive.
Derived by or designating the entire process of reasoning without reference to certain details or experience.
Knowable without appeal to certain experience.
created before or without assessment; maybe not sustained by factual study.
centered on hypothesis as opposed to experiment.
Self-evident, intuitively obvious
Presumed without evaluation
according to hypothesis or theory as opposed to experiment
involving deductive thinking from a broad concept to a necessary effect; maybe not supported by fact
In a way predicated on theoretical deduction without empirical observance
derived by reasoning, without observed details
Characterizing that variety of reasoning which deduces effects from definitions formed, or axioms believed, or which infers results from reasons previously understood; deductive or deductively. The reverse of a posteriori.
Applied to knowledge and conceptions believed, or presupposed, as ahead of experience, so as to make experience rational or possible.
from previous; from whatever precedes; therefore, from antecedent to consequent, from condition to trained, or from cause to impact.