[ fˈɔːti͡əɹˌi], [ fˈɔːtiəɹˌi], [ f_ˈɔː_t_iə_ɹ_ˌi]
How to use "Fortiori" in context?
Fortiori is a Latin adverb meaning "in addition, more," and is also the Latin word for "further." It is often used in mathematics and philosophy to modify clauses to express an increase in strength or probability. In logic, for example, if P and Q are two propositions and P is true, then Q is also true, but if P is true and Q is false, then Q is false, according to the law of noncontradiction.
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