Apodeictically


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Ap`o`deic´tic`al`ly


adv.1.So as to be evident beyond contradiction.
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Relying chiefly upon the principle of the razor, Ockham denies in his Quodlibeta that human reason can conclude apodeictically that there is a first efficient cause of the universe in the way that Thomas Aquinas or Duns Scotus thought; the heavenly bodies and the elements might well be adequate to explain all sensible effects.