assertorically love


from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an assertorial manner; as an assertion.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In an assertoric fashion.


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  • Accounts of this sort offer hope of our being able informatively answer such questions whether someone who castigates an addressee for some state of affairs is also assertorically committed to the obtaining of that state of affairs.

    Saving Prostitutes in Sevilla

  • I can intentionally groan to make my pain known to others, and my belief that there are black swans can motivate my intention to assertorically utter


  • Now because all is here gradually incorporated with the understanding -- inasmuch as in the first place we judge problematically; then accept assertorically our judgement as true; lastly, affirm it as inseparably united with the understanding, that is, as necessary and apodeictical -- we may safely reckon these three functions of modality as so many momenta of thought.

    The Critique of Pure Reason

  • In the example above given the proposition, "There exists perfect justice," is not stated assertorically, but as an ad libitum judgement, which someone may choose to adopt, and the consequence alone is assertorical.

    The Critique of Pure Reason

  • a possible intuition, by means of which objects beyond the region of sensibility could be given us, and in reference to which the understanding might be employed assertorically.

    The Critique of Pure Reason


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