apodictic

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A style of argument, in which a person presents their reasoning as categorically true, even if it is not necessarily so

Don't be so apodictic! You haven't considered several facets of the question.

Incontrovertible; demonstrably true or certain

No religion has ever yet owed its prevalence to ‘apodictic certainty’.

of a proposition; necessarily true or logically certain
Self-evident; intuitively true; evident beyond contradiction
Incontrovertible, absolutely true or certain
{s} indisputable due to the fact that it has been demonstrated; (Mathematics), unquestionably true, incontrovertible; certain from a logical standpoint
Same as Apodeictic
apodictically
So as to be evident beyond contradiction
apodictic

    Hyphenation

    ap·o·dic·tic

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ "a-p&-'dik-tik ] (adjective.) circa 1645. From Latin apodīcticus, from Ancient Greek ἀποδεικτός (“demonstrable”), from ἀποδείκνυμι (“demonstrate”).

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