<logic, Kantian ethics, Kantian aesthetics> true by definition, or the denial of which would lead to a contradiction. Example: "all triangles have three angles" and "all bachelors are unmarried males". Some philosophers have maintained that all the truths of mathematics are analytic, and that all necessary and a priori truths are analytic. Contrast term: synthetic. Kant coined this terminology and stressed this distinction. Many contemporary analytic philosophers, following Quine, deny its cogency.
based on [A Philosophical Glossary], [Philosophical Glossary]
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