Definition of Apriorities
1. apriority [n] - See also: apriority
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Literary usage of Apriorities
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on Equity Jurisprudence: As Administered in the United States of by John Norton Pomeroy (1881)
"... 1 See the next chapter, sections on with the order of the court, by fraud- apriorities" and "notice. ..."
2. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1908)
"Unfortunately, those ruthless Kantian apriorities still raised their threatening fingers in his intellectual conscience, and warned him he wasn't ' playing ..."
3. Reports of Cases Heard in the House of Lords, on Appeals and Writs of Error by Richard Bligh, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Great Britain, House of Lords, Parliament (1823)
"Such have been the be considered decisions of the Courts in Scotland. Now, what can questions of be the distinction between the same thing with apriorities, ..."
4. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1914)
"While frequently inveighing against innate ideas and Kantian apriorities, and rejecting impartially "the Scottish philosophy of 'common sense', ..."
5. The Economic Review by Christian Social Union (Great Britain), Oxford University Branch (1903)
"... apriorities whole? And yet we are told by Dr. Patten that "real education is the bringing of the weak in one set of individuals up to the level of the ..."
6. The Science and Philosophy of the Organism: The Gifford Lectures Delivered by Hans Driesch (1908)
"We not only have to show that there is no contradiction between our new conception and those elements of the system of apriorities which are concerned in ..."