Definition of "aprioristic" [aprioristic]

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Use "aprioristic" in a sentence
  • "Still, economics is a quantitative science - possibly even an aprioristic one that allows me to construct an apodictically certain architechtonic intellectual edifice that says nothing about th real world unlike pete leesons excellent economic history papers."
  • "No aprioristic armchair theorizing but extremely high quality empirical work addressing the issues Hayek was concerned with."
  • "This equation, which later came to be known as Weber's Law, [19] was crucial to the development of psychology because it apparently demonstrated that where Herbart had failed in his aprioristic construction of mathematical regularities of mind, experimentation could succeed."