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In all this speculation there is nothing mystical; no supernatural or supernormal interference is postulated.
The infinite consciousness, personality and determination which are postulated of gods are contradictions.
COMMUNISM AND CHRISTIANISMWILLIAM MONTGOMERY BROWN
In Timæus, p. 51 E, the like infallibility is postulated for Νοῦς (which there represents ἐπιστήμη) as contrasted with δόξα.
A physician, for example, deliberately avoids such hard-and-fast alternatives as have been postulated in our instance.
What I mean is that they cannot even question their own sanity in the first premise of postulated argument.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
What, therefore, can be postulated of the one will not apply with equal force to the other.
THE MYSTERY OF SPACEROBERT T. BROWNE
Perhaps the same may be said for 1000, though this could not be postulated with equal certainty.
THE NUMBER CONCEPTLEVI LEONARD CONANT
A short summary may here be given of the grounds on which the present writer has postulated a diversity of authorship.
Dunne postulated an infinite series of time dimensions, the entire extent of each being the bare present moment of the next.
TIME AND TIME AGAINHENRY BEAM PIPER
They trench on the freedom on which economic laws are postulated and on civic freedom also.

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