apodictic definition

  • adjective:
    • fundamentally or demonstrably real; incontrovertible.
    • Incontrovertible; demonstrably true or particular.
    • A style of argument, where someone presents their particular reasoning as categorically true, no matter if it isn't always so.
    • absolute and without explanation, like in a command from Jesus like "Thou shalt not eliminate!"
    • Same as apodeictic.
    • of a proposition; fundamentally true or logically particular
  • others:
    • Demonstrative; incontestable because demonstrated or demonstrable; of the nature of essential evidence.
    • In reasoning, a phrase descriptive of a kind of judgment when the link of subject and predicate is asserted become essential; asserting unique need.
  • noun:
    • The logical doctrine of demonstration as well as research.

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