postulation

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Something self-evident that can be assumed as the basis of an argument
The act of postulating or something postulated
{n} an assumption, a demand
(logic) a declaration of something self-evident; something that can be assumed as the basis for argument
a formal message requesting something that is submitted to an authority
The act of postulating, or that which is postulated; assumption; solicitation; suit; cause
{i} presumption, supposition; assumption; demand, requirement; claim, stipulation
postulate
To assume as a truthful or accurate premise or axiom, especially as a basis of an argument

he attempt to arrive at a physical explanation of existence led the Ionian thinkers to postulate various primal elements or simply the infinite τὸ ἀπειρον.

postulate
An axiom
postulate
To appoint or request one's appointment to an ecclesiastical office

lthough Douglas was postulated to it , and signed letters and papers under this designation his nomination was never completed.

postulate
Something assumed without proof as being self-evident or generally accepted, especially when used as a basis for an argument
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A requirement; a prerequisite
postulate
To request, demand or claim for oneself
postulate
{n} something assumed
postulate
{v} to assume
postulate
A hypothesis advanced as an essential presupposition, condition, or premise of a train of reasoning
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To assume or assert the truth, reality, or necessity of especially as a basis of an argument
postulate
A creative intention made by an OT
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Postulated
postulate
If you postulate something, you suggest it as the basis for a theory, argument, or calculation, or assume that it is the basis. arguments postulating differing standards for human rights in different cultures Freud postulated that we all have a death instinct as well as a life instinct. to suggest that something might have happened or be true postulate that (past participle of postulare, from poscere ). something believed to be true, on which an argument or scientific discussion is based postulate of
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require as useful, just, or proper; "It takes nerve to do what she did"; "success usually requires hard work"; "This job asks a lot of patience and skill"; "This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice"; "This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert"; "This intervention does not postulates a patient's consent"
postulate
a conclusion, decision or resolution made by the individual himself; to conclude, decide or resolve a problem or to set a pattern for the future or to nullify a pattern of the past
postulate
take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom; "He posited three basic laws of nature"
postulate
a presupposition used as a basis for establishing a proof
postulate
To invite earnestly; to solicit
postulate
To assume as a premise or axiom; to take for granted. See Synonyms at presume
postulate
A statement that is accepted without proof
postulate
An underlying assumption accepted as true, a priori, but acknowledged as indemonstrable because of the limitations of human knowledge or the human mind
postulate
(logic) a proposition that is accepted as true in order to provide a basis for logical reasoning
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Man is essentially an invisible, spiritual being that functions through a human physique characterized by a brain and nervous system
postulate
{i} assumption, premise; requirement, prerequisite; basic principle, fundamental tenet; axiom, fact that requires no proof
postulate
(logic) a proposition that is accepted as true in order to provide a basis for logical reasoning take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom; "He posited three basic laws of nature
postulate
A proposition assumed to be true without any appeal to evidentiary support, especially when it is then used to derive further statements in a formal system or general theory
postulate
A claim that is considered to be self-evident or so plain as to require no illustration or proof
postulate
Another term for axiom
postulate
Something demanded or asserted; especially, a position or supposition assumed without proof, or one which is considered as self-evident; a truth to which assent may be demanded or challenged, without argument or evidence
postulate
maintain or assert; "He contended that Communism had no future"
postulate
The enunciation of a self- evident problem, in distinction from an axiom, which is the enunciation of a self-evident theorem
postulate
{f} presume, suppose; assume, take for granted; claim, stipulate; demand, require
postulate
A fundamental element; a basic principle
postulate
To beg, or assume without proof; as, to postulate conclusions
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1) A proposition concerning the relationship of variable that is indirectly tested by means of its theorems (implications); hence, a formalized type of hypothesis, usually occurring in a deductive theory 2) A working assumption
postulate
A statement accepted without proof (Lesson 15 1)
postulate
A fundamental assumption
postulate
To take without express consent; to assume
postulate
To make claim for; to demand
postulate
"A postulate is simply a projected decision or mockup I say projected because a key factor is the space permeated by the decision If a decision about Paris permeates the space of New York, it can only affect the relationship of New York to Paris and will not act on Paris directly Even a postulate which permeates the space it is intended to affect is not all encompassing because there will be things outside of the target location which also affect the target And so we have a relative degree of action which is monitored by the space encompassed by the postulate " (Ken Ogger, "Super Scio")
postulations
plural of postulation
postulation

    الواصلة

    pos·tu·la·tion

    النطق

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    [ 'päs-ch&-"lAt ] (transitive verb.) 1593. L postulatus, past participle of postulare; akin to Latin poscere to ask, Old High German forscOn to search, Sanskrit prcchati he asks; more at PRAY.

    كلمة اليوم

    pudency
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