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Definition of Postulated

  • Assumed without proof; as, a postulated inference.

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Though science has not directly observed this vital body of man, it has upon several occasions postulated the existence of such a vehicle as necessary to account for facts in life and the radiations have been observed by a number of scientists at different times and under varying conditions.
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It is curious to see an insect apply the 'principle of least action,' so often postulated in mechanics.
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Nor did he re-read it several times, as is generally postulated by important communications in fiction; he simply held it in his hand, and crumpled it unconsciously, while he thought.
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It was finished at last, and if it was a little formal or high-flown, or stilted, is not a certain formality postulated on momentous occasions?
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In view of the close connection of the elements of the organism thus postulated, Leibnitz, in the discussions with Father Des Bosses concerning the compatibility of the Monadology with the doctrine of the Church, especially with the real presence of the body of Christ in the Supper, consented, in favor of the dogma, to depart from the assumption that the simple alone could be substantial and to admit the possibility of composite substances, and of a "substantial bond" connecting the parts of living beings.
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The truly one never becomes a plurality; plurality is given, hence an original plurality must be postulated.
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There might well have been another wave of interest, giving the impetus to Peter Peregrinus at this time, but an earlier transmission, perhaps along the silk road or by travelers in crusades, must be postulated to account for the evidence in Europe, _ca.
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This led to the October 20th agreement with Belgrade, which postulated a reduction in the levels of Yugoslav troops in the province.
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Not that it placed his Good outside himself, in riches, power, and other such appendages; but that it postulated certain gifts of fortune as necessary means to his self-development.
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It was the ideal of a privileged class, and postulated for its realisation, not only a strenuous endeavour on the part of the individual, but also certain adventitious gifts of fortune, such as health, wealth, and family connections.
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But this limitation was felt, in the development of consciousness, to be self- contradictory; and the next great system of ethics that succeeded to that of Aristotle, postulated an end of action that should be at once independent of the aids of fortune and open alike to all classes of mankind.
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These desiderata postulated a concurrence of favourable conditions, and on April 23 they were not all present."-_Cologne Post_.
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He postulated that all phenomenon was discrete in nature and none were continuous.
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It also happens very often that through some oversight they neglect to provide themselves with that extreme degree of holiness which I have postulated as a necessary preliminary to such indulgence in the higher frivolity.
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In this case the inheritance of acquired characteristics cannot be disputed, for it is postulated in the theory that each embryo takes note of, remembers and is guided by the profounder impressions made upon it while in the persons of its parents, between its present and last preceding development.
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Even if our ideas did in themselves possess the postulated self- transcendency, it would still remain true that their putting us into possession of such effects WOULD BE THE SOLE CASH-VALUE OF THE SELF-TRANSCENDENCY FOR US.
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Surely to BELIEVE in the postulated object, namely, in the really existing feeling of the other man.
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We get at one truth only through the rest of truth; and the reality, everlastingly postulated as that which all our truth must keep in touch with, may never be given to us save in the form of truth other than that which we are now testing.
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I postulated quite unreservedly that nothing supernatural could happen, and to pass the time I began stringing some rhymes together, Ingoldsby fashion, concerning the original legend of the place.
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Then Spinoza, who postulated _thought_ as the representative of the spiritual, and _extension_ as that of the material principle; and these together are his _originaux_.
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Examples of Postulated

Example #1
The cleansing odic radiations are almost entirely absent during sickness, therefore complications set in so easily.
Example #2
Then, for a time, the visible body seems to feed upon the vital body as it were, so that the vehicle becomes more transparent and attenuated at the same rate as the visible body exhibits a state of emaciation.
Example #3
An arrangement which satisfies this principle, which conforms to the law of symmetry and which possesses but one chance in 512, is certainly no fortuitous result.
Example #4
Therefore, by proceeding as they did in my experiment, the Osmiae effect their exit with the least expenditure of energy.
Example #5
He was surprised, and he was pleased-pleased at the wider vista of activity that Lord Blandamer's offer opened, and pleased that he should be chosen as the channel through which an announcement of such gravity was to be made.
Example #6
Westray had scanned the letter so rapidly that he knew its contents by intuition rather than by the more prosaic method of reading.