hypothetical

[ hahy-puh-thet-i-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF hypothetical
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In other words, the hypothetical cause is, so far, competent to produce effects similar to those of the real cause.

The great power of this principle of selection is not hypothetical.

It was a hypothetical condition which he had never even considered.

This idea is le bien public, the hypothetical welfare of other people.

And now to return to the hypothetical part of my conclusions.

It is in this way we arrive at the hypothetical conception of the elemental soul.

There is no one point in their system which is not hypothetical.

And, besides, we have some facts in the treatise which are not hypothetical.

This I shall term the hypothetical employment of the reason.

We have considered two hypothetical transfers of taxes to land.

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