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Synonyms for a priori

theoretically

Antonyms for a priori

involving deductive reasoning from a general principle to a necessary effect

based on hypothesis or theory rather than experiment

derived by logic, without observed facts

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Thus, the constructivist approach to axiomatics is indeed much more restrictive than the classical, and so the charge of an unjustifiably restrictive apriorism vis-a-vis scientific applications of mathematics still has its force, in spite of the increased logical generality of Bishop-style constructivism.
It is, of course, the objective physical status of spacetime that prompts the charge of apriorism levelled at the radical mathematical constructivist who would impose mentalist strictures on spacetime relations and structures.
Descartes holds an apriorism of an idea existing in itself that might be projected outwardly as a world integral in itself.
Apriorism gives us no test of 'containment', and no safeguard against the incursion of unrecognized assumptions.
Rejecting apriorism does not mean rejecting a special status for the human sciences: unlike the subject matter of the physical sciences, their subjects can interpret the world around them, and create intentions accordingly.
This issue is controversial, and it is not an exaggeration to say that almost all social scientists today reject apriorism.
I will now show that the development of the sociology of delinquency, properly understood, exemplifies the Misesian apriorism.
Beyond these formal reasons to reject the cited passage as evidence of Hegelian apriorism, there are several more contentful ones.
MARK McEVOY, "Relying on Reason: A Reliabilist Account of Mathematical Apriorism.
If we are to avoid apriorism, then we must consider philosophy to be empirical by virtue of its being testable in this sense.
transcendental Thomism), while the dominant methodology of apriorism has hindered the formation of a viable and reformable metaphysic.
The discussion in the first part is framed in terms of responses to standard objections to apriorism.
For him naturalism is contrasted with apriorism or transcendentalism; that is its point and putative strength.
On the other hand, ideological apriorisms which see romantic comedy as an unchangeable conservative discourse defending marriage, heterosexuality and patriarchal definitions of masculinity and femininity insist on the happy ending as the site where this ideology comes to fruition and, therefore, as the genre's most powerful convention.