imperative conception

im·per·a·tive con·cep·tion

a concept that does not arise from association but appears spontaneously and refuses to be banished.
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im·per·a·tive con·cep·tion

(im-peră-tiv kŏn-sepshŭn)
Theory that does not arise from association but appears spontaneously and refuses to be banished.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012