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English translation: involving deductive reasoning etc

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Latin term or phrase:phrase
English translation:involving deductive reasoning etc
Entered by: John Kinory
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22:09 Jan 14, 2002
Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]
Latin term or phrase: phrase
a priori
aaron
involving deductive reasoning etc
Explanation:
1. involving deductive reasoning from a general princiople to expected effects (in logic)
2. known to be true independently of or in advance of experience, requiring no evidence (in lofic)
3. preior probability (in statistics)

(literally: from the previous - i.e. from cause to effect)

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Note added at 2002-01-14 22:17:43 (GMT)
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Sorry about typos - I think I was wearing the wrong glasses :-)

principle, not princiople
logic, not lofic
prior, not preior

(This panel always appears very small - I only spotted the typos once the page was sent) :-)
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involving deductive reasoning etc


Explanation:
1. involving deductive reasoning from a general princiople to expected effects (in logic)
2. known to be true independently of or in advance of experience, requiring no evidence (in lofic)
3. preior probability (in statistics)

(literally: from the previous - i.e. from cause to effect)

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 2002-01-14 22:17:43 (GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

Sorry about typos - I think I was wearing the wrong glasses :-)

principle, not princiople
logic, not lofic
prior, not preior

(This panel always appears very small - I only spotted the typos once the page was sent) :-)


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