Definition:A Priori

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A Priori may refer to:

A Priori (Logic)

A priori knowledge is the sort of knowledge which comes from reason alone.

That is, it does not require the exercise of experience to know it.

Thus the truth value of a statement can be decided by a logical argument whose premises are definitions.

A Priori (Statistics)

Definition:A Priori (Statistics)

Linguistic Note

The phrase a priori derives from the Latin for from what comes before.