1. coinciding with reality
    perceptual error...has a surprising resemblance to veridical perception
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How To Use veridical In A Sentence

  • His sense of self-preservation requires his conception to be veridical, and is threatened when it is disconfirmed.
  • In fact, says Bayle, even granting that God is veridical, Descartes's proof of the external world itself is flawed.
  • The hard zinc plate, the surgicality of the etching needle and processes involving machines resist any illusion of a veridical access to the world or one's own emotions.
  • This system cannot distinguish veridical from false memories, organize the retrieval output, or guide a retrieval search.
  • Why should doubt about the veridical or truth-affirming possibilities of interpretation be so widespread in the twentieth century?
  • This led to fortune-telling, veridical verifiable visions, conversations with the dead, and other paranormal phenomena. God is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu …
  • In the case of perception, what makes it possible to seem to see or hear what is not there is that one's experience may in various ways be inaccurate, nonveridical, subject to illusion, or hallucinatory.
  • These reports are likely not always well received, hence a comically exhaustive signing and initialing of paperwork to relieve Veridical of all blame. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • The standards of precision and veridicality are set by the needs of the problem to be solved, rather than existing as free-standing requirements of ever-greater precision. Pragmatic inquiry
  • It's up to the reader to decide how much veridicality they want out of the various facets of the stories they read. MIND MELD: Scientific Accuracy in Stories
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