Definition of Heuretic

1. Noun. (logic) The branch of logic concerned with discovery or invention ¹



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Definition of Heuretic

1. heuristic [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heuretic

hettotype
hettotypes
hetæra
hetæræ
heuch
heuchera
heucheras
heuchs
heugh
heughs
heulandite
heulandites
heureka
heurekas
heuretic (current term)
heuretics
heurism
heurisms
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heuristic program
heuristic rule
heuristical
heuristically
heuristics
heveas
hevery
hew
hew out
hewable

Literary usage of Heuretic

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1. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1905)
"... holds that there is less danger to heuretic science in believing too little than in believing too much. Yet for all that, the consequences to ..."

2. Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic by William Hamilton (1860)
"Various denominations have indeed been given to it in its several parts, or in its special relations; thus it has been called heuretic, in so far as it ..."

3. The Beginnings of Christianity by Thomas Joseph Shahan (1903)
"In other words, he had completely mastered the heuretic of Christian inscriptions; that is, he had surveyed the world of letters, located the whereabouts of ..."

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