Characterizing that kind of reasoning which derives propositions through the observance of facts or by generalizations from details finds principles and meanings or infers triggers from results this is actually the reverse of a priori thinking
- produced from noticed facts
- requiring proof for validation or help
- concerning thinking from details or particulars to basic maxims or from impacts to causes
- Characterizing that form of reasoning which derives propositions through the observance of realities, or by generalizations from details finds concepts and definitions, or infers causes from impacts. This is the reverse of a priori thinking.
- Applied to knowledge that is based on or derived from realities through induction or test; inductive or empirical.
Latin, literally "from what employs" (see posterior).
(Lat. following after) (a) In therapy and epistemology: refers to the information of mind which owe their beginning into outside world of individual knowledge. These types of information tend to be obtained because of the brain and don't belong to your brain's native equipment (a priori). (b) In reasoning: a posteriori reasoning (in the place of a priori reasoning) is inductive, in other words., the kind which begins with noticed details and from the infers general conclusions. -- V.F.
Characterizing that kind of thinking which derives propositions from the observance of realities, or by generalizations from details arrives at axioms and definitions, or infers triggers from impacts. This is basically the reverse of a priori reasoning.
- placed on knowledge which is based on or derived from realities through induction or test; inductive or empirical.
Not that a posteriori is denied, or that idealism even in Hegel tries to evolve reality out of the philosopher's inner consciousness.