apodeictical

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apodeictical

(ˌæpəˈdaɪktɪkəl) or

apodictical

adj
archaic variants of apodeictic
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The society had a key role in deciding who was to be taken seriously and who to be ignored: some of those who contacted the society were quietly discouraged, such as the German savant Eccard Leichner, who wrote in about his 'Apodictical Method' for solving all the problems of re|igion and philosophy and who was tactfully but firmly informed that this was not the kind of thing in which the society was interested.
Xodo (2002) is on the same wavelength: "In Aristotle's opinion educability isn't apodictical but induced through human experience.
In addition to his devotion to union, Whittier never forgot the absolute, apodictical imperative to abolish slavery, nor its spiritual implications for all involved, including those enslaved.
As Kant in his book Critique of Pure Reason holds that `problematical' represents `possible' judgement, in contrast to assertorical, which is true proposition, and apodictical, which is necessary.