Verb(1) put (something somewhere(2) put before(3) take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom
(1) The above arguments posit that fewer safeguard and control rules are expected in family-owned organizations.(2) Heidegger highlights that every posit inherently contains the absence of what it is not.(3) Lots to tear apart and disagree with, there, but it's a posit .(4) Therefore, the only way to represent it is to posit different points of view and encourage the mind to move between these different perspectives.(5) Well, I am not sure that I am prepared to posit a guess on that.(6) Without such an emotional basis, I posit that there would be virtually no attempts to formulate ostensibly intellectual arguments against homosexuality.(7) The evolution of the Constitution is seen as a rhetorical tool with which to posit political arguments in favour of future change.(8) He bemoans the (well, let's posit it, anyway) fact that the Republicans have shifted to the right while the Democrats have stayed put.(9) If one wants to use a god of the gaps argument, one can posit an intelligent cause as an alternative to any scientific theory.(10) The existence of deeply iterated sets, including the infinite ones, is a theoretical posit , supported by the upper tier of Maddy's epistemology.(11) The argument of those who posit convergence is straightforward.(12) I decided to do a little field research to test said hypothesis, one I've in fact posited myself on occasion.(13) He compares and contrasts the ontological commitments in western and African thought systems, and indicates that the theoretical posits in the two systems of thought are similar to one another.(14) One common portrait of the difference between the Chinese and Western traditions posits a radical incommensurability on the very nature of philosophical inquiry.(15) The first posits an attack on Washington, possibly the Capitol, which was believed to be the target of the 9/11 jet that crashed in Pennsylvania.(16) Aristotle divides posits into two types, definitions and hypotheses.
1. postulate ::
2. situate ::
3. submit ::
4. postulate ::
Different Formsposit, posited, positing, posits
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