Definition of Posited

1. Verb. (past of posit) ¹



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Definition of Posited

1. posit [v] - See also: posit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Posited

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posistor
posistors
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posited (current term)
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positional representation system
positionally
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Literary usage of Posited

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1. Modern Classical Philosophers: Selections Illustrating Modern Philosophy by Benjamin Rand (1908)
"The only thing posited, therefore, by that proposition is the absolutely necessary connection between the two A's. This connection we will call X. In regard ..."

2. Modern Classical Philosophers: Selections Illustrating Modern Philosophy by Benjamin Rand (1908)
"The only thing posited, therefore, by that proposition is the absolutely necessary connection between the two A's. This connection we will call X. In ..."

3. Hegel's Doctrine of Reflection: Being a Paraphrase and a Commentary by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1881)
"The excluding activity of reflection which appertains to an independent contrary makes it a negative, and therefore a mere posited somewhat. ..."

4. The Science of Knowledge by Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Adolph Ernst Kroeger (1868)
"It is posited generally as something after the general law of reflection ; hence, ... It is posited as a tendency. Tendency is a desire to have causality ..."

5. Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion: Together with a Work on the Proofs by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1895)
"posited necessity or the particular gods, their appearance and outward form. The divine particular powers belong to what is implicitly universal, ..."

6. Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion: Together with a Work on the Proofs by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Ebenezer Brown Speirs (1895)
"posited necessity or the particular gods, their appearance and outward form. The divine particular powers belong to what is implicitly universal, ..."

7. A Reading Book in Modern Philosophy edited by George Everett Partridge (1913)
"ceed as far as we can go. When we can go no farther, we shall have to appeal to this absolute act. 1. In so far as the non-Ego is posited, the Ego is not ..."

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