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pos·te·ri·or·i·ty

 (pŏ-stîr′ē-ôr′ĭ-tē, -ŏr′-, pō-)
n.
The condition of being posterior in location or time.

posteriority

(pəˌstɪərɪˈɒrɪtɪ)
n
the state of being posterior in time or location
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.posteriority - the quality of being toward the back or toward the rear end
quadruped - an animal especially a mammal having four limbs specialized for walking
spatial relation, position - the spatial property of a place where or way in which something is situated; "the position of the hands on the clock"; "he specified the spatial relations of every piece of furniture on the stage"
anteriority - the quality of being in front or (in lower animals) toward the head
2.posteriority - following in time
lateness - quality of coming late or later in time
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posteriority (Streck 1998, Metzler 2002), background vs.
Because it indicates an important mutation: 'Post' is not a marker of chronological posteriority or subsequent historical order but a sign of intensification.
The first kind of absolute analogy is the way of priority and posteriority.
The hierarchies and the emergent position generate tension between the anteriority of the given structures and the posteriority of the implicit action in the new position.
Although this ErkenntnisProblematik certainly suggests a dialectic of subjective perception and objective actuality, as Fritsch-Rossler notes (46), it also entails a subde association between the act of seeing and the posteriority of anticipated confirmation: "Durfte er / sich einmal wenden [.
MacEwen assembles some of the strongest arguments for and against the Matthean Posteriority Hypothesis (MPH) in order to evaluate it as a solution to the Synoptic problem (the question of the chronological order of and literary relationships between the first three Gospels of the New Testament).
Neither agent expresses any desire to forestall the devastating war relative to which they exist in a confounding condition both of anteriority and posteriority.
The name of the group was a "semantic joke" formed by dropping the anti in Antipiratbyran (Fleisher, 2009), which both conjured and problematized its other: It was, on one level, a direct confrontation with Antipiratbyran, but on another level it lent a retroactive authorization to Antipiratbyran's existence, a posteriority that deconstructed Antipiratbyran's mission.
If Damien Hirst can preserve a dead animal in formaldehyde it cannot be beyond the scope of modern technology to preserve and conserve a PooToon Strawberries and Cream Poo for posteriority, and get paid for it.
In other words, the English gerund can express simultaneity, anteriority and posteriority, and even no temporal relation at all, as in (2a), (2b), (2c) and (2d) respectively, as well as imperfective and perfective readings, as in (2e):
Although there is an order in the procession of understood Being [the Son] from understanding Being [the Father], and of beloved Being [the Holy Spirit] from the loving act of understanding Being and understood Being, and although we see a certain priority and posteriority according to abstract[] logical reason, there is truly no priority in the three forms, neither in effect nor according to ontological reason.
For these reasons, the term "postrace" does not mean that we are beyond race; the prefix "post" here does not mean a chronological "superseding," a triumphant posteriority.