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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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It is also necessary to say that infinite regresses as such, and not just the infinite regress of sufficient reasons, has been studied by the proponents of infinitism.
None were reported to have spontaneously disappeared or regressed at next mammography.
Vicious Regresses, Conceptual Analysis, and Strong Awareness Internalism, GREGORY STOUTENBURG
They discovered that, overall, when mutp53 is depleted, tumors regress or stagnate for some time because tumor cells die.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, June 6, 2013--Scientists here have discovered that they can make embryonic stem cells regress to a stage of development where they are able to make placenta cells as well as the other fetal cells.
A student of the Dubai Centre for Special Needs, Leah will not be attending the school anymore from June, and her parents fear she will regress once she stops going to school.
Considering the Malmquist Productivity Index which is used to compute the progress and regress of entities in successive periods we emphasize that it is of major significance to pay concentration while the Malmquist Productivity Index is being calculated for DMUs which have similar performances in time t and time t+1.
Readers familiar with Anglo-American analytic epistemology are doubtless familiar with the concepts of regress and coherence, but since Reason Papers is an interdisciplinary journal, and both concepts are of relevance to this issue, a short primer on the subject may be in order.
(OTCBB: AHR.), Irvine, Calif., a biotech company focused on the research and development of compounds to regress atherosclerotic plaque, has released financial results for fiscal 2011.
15, 2011 in the New England Journal of Medicine, showed that maximum doses of atorvastatin (Lipitor) and rosuvastatin (Crestor) equally regress arterial plaque buildup.
Of the 10 evaluation items, Taiwan makes progress in four and suffers regress in five, with one remaining unchanged.
Scenarios like this one show that in moral epistemology, as in general epistemology, there exists a regress problem.
Such intuitions must somehow stop the regress of a priori justifications, and the only way that they can do this is by providing a priori justification without requiring it themselves (i.e., without themselves being evaluable as justified or unjustified).