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ex hy·poth·e·si

 (ĕks′ hī-pŏth′ĭ-sī′)
adv.
By hypothesis.

[New Latin ex hypothesī : Latin ex, out of, by + Latin hypothesī, ablative of hypothesis, hypothesis.]

ex hypothesi

(ɛks haɪˈpɒθəsɪ)
adv
in accordance with or following from the hypothesis stated
[C17: New Latin]
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Hoppe is (ex hypothesi, that is on the grounds of our assumed correct description of the mother's action) unable to say that she preferred to save Peter.
Walter Bagehot in his book on the English Constitution said that the monarch still has'the right to be consulted, the right to encourage, the right to warn,' and ex hypothesi the inherent right to preserve the unity of the kingdom.
But Talisse's epistemic justification must certainly prove ineffective when directed toward deluded epistemic agents, agents who are unable to practice the epistemic norms proper to belief (ex hypothesi for the reason that they aren't in a democratic political framework).
The necessitarian will claim that given a particular set of circumstances, the cause will necessitate its effect; ex hypothesi there could be no interferer.
The supporter of the principle is then forced to admit that although there are ex hypothesi two objects in that universe, there is no property (except trivial ones), not even relational ones, to distinguish them, and hence the necessary version of the principle is falsified.
As such, it could not achieve, ex hypothesi, the monolithic drama that is so stunningly played out in this firm's reworking of 1095 Avenue of the Americas, formerly the universally disparaged New York Telephone Building and now one of the ornaments of Bryant Park.
(2.) This claim is not in clash with the idea (endorsed by some interpreters of quantum mechanics), that parallel universes causally effect events in our universe, for our world and worlds that allegedly causally interact with it are ex hypothesi part of the same world.
Fogleman acknowledges such interpretive alternatives but dismisses them without critique, opting instead simply to insist, apparently ex hypothesi, that the Moravians' gender challenge was the root cause of the violence.
However, because the various entities in question (the UN, the World Trade Organization, the International Monetary Fund, the World Court, and various nongovernmental organizations, among others) are to have, ex hypothesi, conflicting aims--if one group's priority is A and another's is B, then they are, in virtue of this fact alone, in conflict--it is quite unclear how disputes between them might be resolved.
How hard it is for even those most committed to their Christian faith not to assume, like this scribbler, that if there is a god he must be, ex hypothesi, the ultimate Nice Guy.