epoche etude postmortem



suspension of judgment

  • Noun
    1. in ancient skepticism, the act of refraining from any conclusion for or against anything as the decisive step for the attainment of ataraxy
    2. the methodological attitude of phenomenology in which one refrains from judging whether anything exists or can exist as the first step in the phenomenological recognition, comprehension, and description of sense appearances : transcendental reduction


  • Noun
    1. piece of music for the practice of a point of technique
    2. composition built on a technical motive but played for its artistic value


  • Adjective

    1. done, occurring, or collected after death postmortem tissue specimens
    2. following the event
  • Noun

    1. an examination of a body after death to determine the cause of death or the character and extent of changes produced by disease, critical examination, evaluation, or assessment of someone or something past.
    2. an analysis or discussion of an event after it is over