Definition of synkatathesis
: acceptance or endorsement of a presentation or idea as true or valid —used of a Stoic doctrine analogous to the modern view of judgment
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Origin and Etymology of synkatathesis
Greek, literally, approval, assent, from the stem of synkatatithenai to agree entirely with (from syn- + katatithenai to put down, put an end to, settle, from kata- cata- + tithenai to put, place) + -sis — more at do
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