Existing outside the mind.
The environmental situation forming around an idea the details of which can be pieces together so that meaning is more fully penetrated and understood.
The perceptual instinct allowing one to make a logical judgment without engaging the actual use of logical reasoning.
Having been verified through experience or observation rather than apprehended through theory or mere logical deduction.
A state of imprecision in meaning in which two or more interpretations may be equally valid based on known facts.
Persistently, conscientiously and with resolute conviction.
The state of existing beyond all logical possibility.
Any statement that expresses a concept that can be true or false.
Possessing the qualities of reliability, credibility and verifiability.
The apprehension or awareness of an experience.
The processes involved in analyzing known data to arrive at a logically deduced meaning.
Referring to any manner in which two or more things can be said to be similar in nature, appearance or meaning.
The instance of subjective perception and explanation of objects by the mind.
A statement or conception that is incompatible or in conflict with another.
A declaration made with such authority that it is implicitly maintains that no proof of its truthfulness is required.
Indisputable and unambiguously decisive.
A proposition from which a conclusion can be logically inferred.
The objective certainty of the reality of being.
Any empirical evidence that establishes that a proposition is factually true.
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