post rem

adverb \(ˈ)pō¦strem\
variants: or

post res


Definition of post rem

  1. :  logically subsequent to the existence of particulars — compare avicennism

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Origin and Etymology of post rem

post rem from Latin, after the thing; post res from Latin, after the things

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