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Synonyms for regress

Synonyms for regress

to slip from a higher or better condition to a former, usually lower or poorer one

Synonyms for regress

the reasoning involved when you assume the conclusion is true and reason backward to the evidence

returning to a former state

go back to a statistical means

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With happiness, then, we reach the terminus of the notional regress that runs like a thread through the issue.
Nonetheless, in what follows I argue that even if the moral foundationalist concedes that self-evident moral propositions are only prima facie justified, the argument of sections 1 and 2 rules out the possibility that moral beliefs can serve as regress stoppers.
Pilgrim's Regress is Lewis' attempt to set forth a large-scale
This paper provides a construal of the epistemic regress problem and takes issue with the contention that a foundationalist solution is incompatible with an internalist account of warrant.
Toward the end, they regress from humans to apes, leaving the conventions of society behind them before they are killed by a fusillade of gunfire, except for one grieving survivor.
The disease is rarely diagnosed before the baby is six months old, when apparently normal development stops and begins to regress.
Translated to the nursing home setting, this means that if nursing allows residents to regress after therapy has helped them to reach a certain level of function, nurses can no longer keep referring residents back to therapy - i.
Many "normal" individuals regress during serious illness.
One is evolutionary and scientific; the other is a philosophical infinite regress argument.
Most abnormal cervical cytology in adolescent women will be low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions, and will regress to normal by the follow-up exam, Andrea Wininger, M.
The result is an infinite regress of women's bodies and information, referents and representations, still and moving images.
Am I the only person who feels he has to regress to infancy?
Facial lymphedema is often seen during the immediate postoperative period, but it usually begins to regress within several days, especially when the neck dissection has been performed on only one side.
Macedonian media reported that according to these forecasts the Macedonian economy was going to regress by 0.
Chapters Six and Seven focus on the ideas of infinite regress and the nature of ontology.