apodicticus


apodicticus

apodīcticus, a, um (ἀποδεικτικός), von unumstößlicher Beweiskraft, Gell. 17, 5, 3. Fortun. art. rhet. 1, 10. Boëth. in Porphyr. dial. 1. p. 4. Mart. Cap. 5. § 473; 6. § 706 u. 715 sq.


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  • apodiktisch — ideologisch; dogmatisch; rechthaberisch; starr; unwiderleglich * * * apo|dịk|tisch 〈Adj.; Philos.〉 1. in der Art der Apodiktik, auf ihr beruhend 2. unwiderleglich, unumstößlich 3. keinen Widerspruch duldend * * * apo|dịk|tisch <Adj.>… …   Universal-Lexikon

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