I'm asking here about what exactly constitutes aposteriori statement.
The idea is that an aposteriori statement is one whose truth necessitate experiential evidence to be established. like in empirical sciences. But are there other examples of aposteriori justfication other than empirical evidence. For example suppose one presents an axiomatic theory about ethics, now if acceptance of the axioms of this theory is subject to agreement with the morality of the majority of human authorities on that subject as a final arbiter, then would such a system be considered as an aposteiori justified axiomatic system? Similar thing about for example an axiomatic system about some language, or about music, or even about some art, at the end the axioms would be subject to the agreement with human tastes, inclinations, etc..that are experiencing that language, music or art. So there is some experience deciding what kind of axioms to be chosen for a theory to be acceptable in those fields, they are not just accepted apriori depending on capturing of some intuitive meaning, or being analytic of that meaning, or some other apriori pragmatic purpose. Would those systems qualify as aposteriori justified, even though it is not quite empirical the kind of justification that is involved with them?