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Precognition

Pre`cog`ni´tion
n.1.Previous cognition.
2.(Scots Law) A preliminary examination of a criminal case with reference to a prosecution.
Noun1.precognition - knowledge of an event before it occurs
Synonyms: foreknowledge

PRECOGNITION, Scotch law. The examination of witnesses who were present at the commission of a criminal act, upon the special circumstances attending it, in order to know whether there is ground for a trial, and to serve for direction to the prosecutor. But the persons examined may insist on having their declaration cancelled before they give testimony at the trial. Ersk. Princ. B. 4, t. 4, n. 49.

a priori knowledge, anticipation, apprehension, buddhi, clairvoyance, command, comprehension, conception, conceptualization, direct apprehension, foreboding, foreknowing, foreknowledge, foreseeability, forewisdom, grasp, grip, ideation, immediate cognition, insight, inspiration, intellection, intelligence, intuition, intuitionism, intuitive reason, intuitiveness, intuitivism, knowledge without thought, mastery, mental grasp, prehension, presage, prescience, presentiment, satori, savvy, second sight, second-sightedness, sixth sense, subconscious knowledge, subconscious perception, understanding, unmediated perception, wisdom
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