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Ipse dixit is an assertion without proof; or a dogmatic expression of opinion. The fallacy of defending a proposition by baldly asserting that it is "just how it is" ...

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Ipse Dixit. [Latin, He himself said it.] An unsupported statement that rests solely on the authority of the individual who makes it. A court decision, for example, that  ...

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Define ipse dixit: an assertion made but not proved : dictum.

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ipse dixit. (ip-sah dicks-it) v. Latin for "he himself said it," meaning the only proof we have of the fact is that this person said it.

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Ipse dixit definition, an assertion without proof. See more.

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Dec 27, 2016 ... Ipse dixit is a Latin phrase meaning "He himself said it." It refers to what is basically an appeal to authority, with oneself as the authority. In other ...

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Latin, literally he himself said it, translating Greek autos epha, a phrase used of Pythagoras by his followers. Pronunciation: ipse dixit. /ˌɪpseɪ ˈdɪksɪt/.

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a declaration that is made emphatically (as if no supporting evidence were necessary). Word Family. ipse dixit. the "ipse dixit" family. Usage Examples.

What is IPSE DIXIT? definition of IPSE DIXIT (Black's Law Dictionary)


Definition of IPSE DIXIT: He himself said it; a bare assertion resting on the authority of an in- dividual.

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From Latin ipse dixit (“he himself said it”), calque of Ancient Greek αὐτὸς ἔφα ( autòs épha). Originally used by the followers of Pythagoreanism, who claimed ...