Definition of Nomological

1. Adjective. (philosophy) Pertaining to or expressing general laws that lack logical necessity. ¹



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Definition of Nomological

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nomological

nomistic
nommed
nomming
nomocracies
nomocracy
nomogeny
nomogram
nomograms
nomograph
nomographic
nomographies
nomographs
nomography
nomoi
nomologic
nomological (current term)
nomologically
nomologies
nomology
nomopelmous
nomophobia
nomos
nomothete
nomothetes
nomothetic
nomothetic approach
nomothetical
nomotopic
noms
noms de plume

Literary usage of Nomological

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1. Elements of Logic: Together with an Introductory View of Philosophy in by Henry Philip Tappan (1856)
"nomological AXIOMS. I. AXIOM OF UNIVERSAL LAW.—The Idea of Law determines this axiom, in the same way that the Idea of Cause determines the axiom of ..."

2. Recent Advances in Theistic Philosophy of Religion by James Lindsay (1897)
"... nomological, and teleological, are needed in order to completeness of investigation. The teleological argument is now no longer made to carry a burden ..."

3. Outline of Sir William Henry Hamilton's Philosophy by John Clark Murray, William Hamilton (1870)
"Now, there will be as many departments of nomological Psychology as there are ... There is no one, no nomological, science of the Cognitive faculties, ..."

4. Eternal Possibilities: A Neutral Ground for Meaning and Existence by David Weissman (1977)
"nomological descriptions are superficially problematic, for the terms related within them ... We should expect, with this as our example, that nomological ..."

5. The Elements of Ethics by James Hervey Hyslop (1895)
"The nomological Theories.—As already defined, these theories base morality ... For this may be true; but it abandons the nomological for the onto- logical ..."

6. Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic by William Hamilton, Henry Longueville Mansel, John Veitch (1861)
"nomological Psychology, as there are distinct classes of mental ... Nomo- There is no one, no nomological, science of the Cognitive Cognitive faculties in ..."

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