Definition of "superaddition" [su•per•ad•di•tion]

  • The act or process of superadding. (noun)
  • Something superadded. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "superaddition" in a sentence
  • "Ayers responds by rejecting Wilson's divine annexation interpretation of superaddition in favor of a deflationary one."
  • "A subsequent section reviews some of the main positions that have been taken in the debate about the status of the corpuscular hypothesis for Locke, and that same section considers various interpretations of superaddition, since any interpretation of that concept is logically tied to one's view about Locke's stance toward the corpuscular hypothesis."
  • "Locke's concept of superaddition is controversial of course, as noted earlier, but he does appear to embrace action at a distance in his letter to Stillingfleet."