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to come, exist, or occur before in time

Synonyms for antecede

be earlier in time

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But for Amery, Levi, and Levinas alike, remorse and resentment antecede the self-possessed self with its Heideggerian project.
Although it is generally accepted that self-control failures antecedes indulgences and/ or urges to buy something, to avoid the feeling of missing out on the pleasures of life in the long run, consumers can intentionally seek gratification of their desires (Kivetz and Keinan 2006).
of the facts' unconcealedness (Unverborgenheit), which necessarily antecedes propositional truth.
Even in interpretations where the subject of believes antecedes the pronominal subject of the complement, there are two distinct readings.
36) For a historical examination of the origins of the term politeia in an indirect tradition that antecedes Aristotle, and a presentation of its evolution from the initial formal testimony to the notion in the first sophists, see Jacqueline Bordes, Politeio darts la pensee grecque jusqu'a Aristote (Paris: Belles Lettres, 1982), esp.
If nothing else, Rumsfeld created, if not institutionalized, the state of intellectual ferment that antecedes major change in any large organization.
Downturns from extreme upper readings warn of a weakening momentum, something that generally antecedes major turning points in price.