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Subjectivism is not an absolute principle; it is a necessary but not **sufficient condition** for sound methodology.

Murray Rothbard

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The definition of sufficient condition in the **dictionary** is *a statement whose truth is sufficient to guarantee the truth of a given statement.*

addition

əˈdɪʃən

audition

ɔːˈdɪʃən

co-edition

ˌkəʊɪˈdɪʃən

condition

kənˈdɪʃən

decondition

ˌdiːkənˈdɪʃən

edition

ɪˈdɪʃən

expedition

ˌɛkspɪˈdɪʃən

extradition

ˌɛkstrəˈdɪʃən

perdition

pəˈdɪʃən

precondition

ˌpriːkənˈdɪʃən

recondition

ˌriːkənˈdɪʃən

reedition

ˌriːɪˈdɪʃən

rendition

rɛnˈdɪʃən

sedition

sɪˈdɪʃən

subaudition

ˌsʌbɔːˈdɪʃən

superaddition

ˌsuːpərəˈdɪʃən

suraddition

ˌsɜːrəˈdɪʃən

tradition

trəˈdɪʃən

vacation

vəˈkeɪʃən

vendition

venˈdɪʃən

suffering

sufferingly

suffete

suffice

suffice it to say that

sufficer

sufficience

sufficiencies

sufficiency

sufficient

sufficient reason

sufficiently

sufficingness

suffisance

suffix

suffixal

suffixation

suffixion

sufflate

sufflation

accreditation

acquisition

ambition

coalition

competition

composition

definition

disposition

exhibition

exposition

ignition

in a position

in addition

in mint condition

limited edition

nutrition

opposition

position

recognition

transition

tuition

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New This paper proves a sufficient condition for the existence of Hamiltonian paths in simple connected graphs.

Landon Jennings, **2008**

2

A Nam H. Lee. which implies (2.2.2) holds. It is well-known that as well as being a
subclass of the phase type distributions, this class of distributions, approximates
any probability distribution on R+ arbitrarily well in the sense of Theorem 4.2 in ...

Nam H. Lee, **2008**

3

The Psychology of Human Thought Of course, combustion does not always occur given the presence of oxygen -
oxygen is not a **sufficient condition** for combustion. A **sufficient condition** is one
whose presence guarantees that the outcome will occur, that is, a condition that
can ...

Robert J. Sternberg, Edward E. Smith, **1988**

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Critical Thinking, fifth edition: An Introduction to the ... State whether the italicized phrase in each of the following sentences identifies a
necessary condition or a **sufficient condition** or a combination of the two. (Note:
Once you understand the two different meanings of each sentence, you will part ...

Jonathan Lavery, Willam Hughes, **2008**

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Thought Experiments We should distinguish between (∃x)(Nx & Sx) and (∃x)Nx & (∃x)Sx. For
example, being a mammal is a necessary condition for being a dog, and being a
poodle is a **sufficient condition** for being a dog; but being a mammalian poodle is
not a ...

Roy A. Sorensen Associate Professor of Philosophy New York University, **1992**

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Critical Thinking Unleashed On the other hand, since this translates into standard form as “If p then q,” it also
means that p is a **sufficient condition** of q— that is, if p is the case, then so too is q.
Therefore, if q is a necessary condition of p, then p is also a **sufficient condition** ...

Elliot D. Cohen, **2009**

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A Concise Introduction to Logic When we say that electrocution is a cause of death, we mean “cause” in the
sense of **sufficient condition**. Electrocution is sufficient to produce death, but there
are other methods equally effective, such as poisoning, drowning, and shooting.

Patrick Hurley, **2014**

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Frontiers in Global Optimization Theorem 3.5 (**Sufficient Condition** 1) Suppose a consensus, x, is found at some
step with the choice ofa = l, then the consensus is also a global optimum. This
**sufficient condition** is, therefore, a weak **sufficient condition** since the possibility of
...

Christodoulos A. Floudas, Panos M. Pardalos, **2003**

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Nature Loves to Hide: Quantum Physics and the Nature of ... Let us explore these new concepts: What is a **sufficient condition**? What is a
necessary condition? What is a necessary and **sufficient condition**? And what is a
condition that is sufficient but not necessary, like the one EPR formulated for their
...

Shimon Malin, **2012**

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Theories of Causality: From Antiquity to the Present
Understanding exponential growth

Understanding exponential growth. Fast growth is neither a necessary nor **sufficient condition** for growth to be called exponential. For that to happen, it should ... «Livemint, Jul 15»

Taxi for Blatter!

Despite the relief that many will feel at Mr Blatter's demise, his departure is a necessary rather than **sufficient condition** for the deep reform that FIFA desperately ... «The Economist, Jun 15»

FAO Seeks Change of Unsustainable Farming Methods

"Since food production is not a **sufficient condition** for food security, it means that the way we are producing is no longer acceptable," said Graziano da Silva. «THISDAY Live, Feb 15»

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More prosperity is not necessary nor sufficient for improved health. ... Yet greater prosperity is neither a necessary nor a **sufficient condition** for improved health ... «Financial Times, Dec 14»

Sales And Marketing Alignment - Necessary But Not **Sufficient**

earthquake-tracks_1832703i Sales and marketing alignment is by itself a necessary but not a **sufficient condition** if the potential of a business is to be realized ... «Business 2 Community, Nov 14»

Can the NDP be anything more than a fuzzy dream?

Growth is not a **sufficient condition** for solving the problem of poverty but it is certainly a necessary condition”. Growth and employment creation are at the centre ... «Thought Leader, Sep 14»

It doesn't end with Piketty – five policies that could reduce inequality …

Faster economic growth is a necessary but not **sufficient condition** to reduce the level of inequality. More directed action is needed to tackle inequality and these ... «The Conversation, May 14»

Elections do not a democracy make

Elections are a necessary component but not a **sufficient condition** for democracy or more specifically a liberal democracy. A modern democracy cannot exist ... «Al-Arabiya, Apr 14»

Voting in Asia: not meaningless charades, but public wants more

Representation or participation? Elections are often seen as a more manageable component of democracy – a necessary but not **sufficient condition**. If they work ... «The Conversation, Apr 14»

Gender: what difference does it really make?

(Philosophers would call this a "**sufficient condition**": the pulse clinches it when ascertaining life; and sexual difference clinches it when assessing ... «Church Times, Apr 14»

REFERENCE

« EDUCALINGO. *Sufficient condition* [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/sufficient-condition>. Oct 2021 ».