Noun(1) the reasoning involved when you assume the conclusion is true and reason backward to the evidence(2) returning to a former state
Verb(1) go back to a statistical means(2) go back to a previous state(3) get worse or fall back to a previous condition(4) go back to bad behavior
(1) a regress to the nursery(2) Sometimes its challenges may appear so overwhelming that individuals break down, give up, or regress to a previous stage of development, returning to the mother in her archetypal aspect of nurturer and container.(3) Invoking a ├ö├ç├┐presumption├ö├ç├û is meant to prevent any such regress getting started.(4) the regress is a return to Puritan values(5) Often the parent feels helpless and very discouraged and may also give up on the child which reinforces the child's feelings of inadequacy and may cause the child to retreat or regress further.(6) they would not regress to pre-technological tribalism(7) So it looks as though internalist justifications are like irritatingly persistent children in that they give rise to an unending regress of reasons for reasons.(8) People under stress often regress to earlier stages of development.(9) But if you free yourself of these expectations and regress back to a seventh grade mentality, you will have a great time.(10) Abandoning the delicate touches of their studio work, they regress with a storming set of balls-out rock, mixing the deft lyricism of Neil Young with the sheer power of Led Zeppelin.(11) Young kids may become clingy and regress to earlier behavior, such as wanting to sleep with their parents or wetting the bed.(12) Still, imagine for a moment that the market is disposed to regress toward its same old 9% mean for the 10 years from 1997 to 2007.(13) Demea's argument is that nothing can exist without a cause, that the idea of an infinite regress of causes is absurd, and that the regress can be brought to an end only by there being an ultimate cause who necessarily exists.(14) The tendency of rational progress to become irrational regress arises much earlier.(15) First, there is a potential regress of rules, that is, that explicit rules requires further rules to apply them, and so on.(16) The ritual of routine visits for most chronic diseases usually includes monitoring to check on the progress or regress of the disease and the development of complications.
1. reversion ::
2. revert ::
3. retrogress ::
4. fall back ::
Different Formsregress, regressed, regresses, regressing, regressive
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