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postulational

(ˌpɒstjʊˈleɪʃənəl)
adj
of or relating to postulation
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Adj.1.postulational - of or relating to or derived from axioms; "axiomatic physics"; "the postulational method was applied to geometry"- S.S.Stevens
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The student establishes theorems in different postulational systems and analyzes/compares these systems.
These are, stated briefly, (1) postulational (canonically, that in Euclid's Elements), (2) experimental, (3) hypothetical modelling, (4) taxonomical, (5) probabilistic, and (6) historical (as in the reconstruction of Indo-European linguistics, and, later, evolution theory).
By authentic science, Kantor was referring to a science that was fully and explicitly postulational and based on the notion of evolutionary continuity (Kantor, 1959).
They introduced postulational methods, thus limiting the 'everything,' out of which the limited 'anything' follows.
Behavior Analysis has yet to develop into a fully postulational scientific system.
Absent postulational specification one way or the other, the issue of transworld identity simply does not arise.
4 Nature of logical laws "Student establishes theorems in different postulational systems and analyzes/compares those systems.
Postulational approaches seem better suited to conventionalists, who may claim that we make truths, than to realists, who must hold that we can only recognize independently obtaining truths (p.