(also apodeictic /-ˈdīktik/)
Clearly established or beyond dispute.
- It would have a necessary influence, or what philosophers sometimes call apodictic force.
- He sought a new and apodictic foundation of human knowledge based on the liberation of man from the ancient and medieval tradition of the West.
- Not all of these nine statements are totally independent, and the list makes no claim for apodictic completeness or ultimate correctness.
Mid 17th century: via Latin from Greek apodeiktikos, from apodeiknunai 'show off, demonstrate'.
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