[ ap-uh-dik-tik ]
/ ˌæp əˈdɪk tɪk /
incontestable because of having been demonstrated or proved to be demonstrable.
Logic. (of a proposition) necessarily true or logically certain.
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Also ap·o·deic·tic [ap-uh-dahyk-tik] /ˌæp əˈdaɪk tɪk/, ap·o·dic·ti·cal.
Origin of apodictic
OTHER WORDS FROM apodicticap·o·dic·ti·cal·ly, ap·o·deic·ti·cal·ly, adverb
Words nearby apodictic
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Example sentences from the Web for apodictically
To pass universal objective judgments, and to do so apodictically, reason must be free from subjective grounds of determination.
Thus the principle of causality can be apodictically proved as a condition of possible experience.