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Involving deduction of theories from facts
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Developed on a basis of languages which already exist.Donald J. Harlow
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In a manner that deduces theories from facts
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requiring evidence for validation or support
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(Latin) Literally, following after Known from experience Applied to inductive reasoning, beginning with observed facts and inferring general conclusions from these Opposed to a priori (q v ) See also "Induction " UF 18
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from the latter; (reasoning) from effects to causes
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pertaining to knowledge stated in empirically verifiable statements; inductive reasoning; any justification of a belief that does depend on perceptual experience, e g , the verification of a scientific theory based on experimentation
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Depending upon or being justified by reference to sensory experience; see a priori / a posteriori
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derived from observed facts
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(from the latter) a term applied to those proofs of the existence of God that begin with the finite order and ascend toward the first cause
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a way of gaining knowledge by appealing to some particular experience(s) This method is used to establish empirical and hypothetical truths (Cf a priori )
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Immanuel Kant - empirical This represents knowledge which we have after a sense experience The new knowledge we have is based upon our old experiences and now, new experiences Note this is an empiricist emphasis
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Type of knowledge that comes after direct experience
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Latin for "from what follows"; a method of reaching a conclusion through reasoning from experience and observation
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knowledge is a posteriori when its justification depends upon the evidence of experience (e g , scientific knowledge)
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After the fact
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A sentence, proposition, thought, or judgement is a posteriori (literally "after") if its truth is dependent on how our actual experience (experiment and observation) turns out Many have thought that the truths of the empirical, or nonmathematical, sciences are entirely a posteriori, though the rationalists and some recent philosophers such as S Kripke & N Chomsky seem to deny this Some take synthetic and a posteriori to be equivalence See a priori
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By experience
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based on or derived from (in the sense of being justified by) sensory experience, referring to knowledge or justification that is, or hypotheses that are empirical Cosmological and teleological arguments for the existence of God are deemed a posteriori Compare a priori
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involving reasoning from facts or particulars to general principals or from effects to causes; "a posteriori demonstration"
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This is the reverse of a priori reasoning
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involving reasoning from facts or particulars to general principals or from effects to causes; "a posteriori demonstration" requiring evidence for validation or support derived from observed facts
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Characterizing that kind of reasoning which derives propositions from the observation of facts, or by generalizations from facts arrives at principles and definitions, or infers causes from effects
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Applied to knowledge which is based upon or derived from facts through induction or experiment; inductive or empirical
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requiring evidence for validation or support derived from observed facts
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from effect to cause, inductive, based upon reasoning from observed facts
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using facts that you know now to form a judgment about what must have happened before a priori
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how or on what basis a proposition might become known
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