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Is a philosophical position necessarily falsified when it cannot be maintained?

Perhaps no philosophical principles have timeless realizeablity. About the only one I dare believe might be universal and timeless is something like Aristotle’s Principle of determination: when we ...
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Is a philosophical position necessarily falsified when it cannot be maintained?

Is a philosophical position necessarily false when it cannot be maintained? Well, falsehood depends on the source of the problem. Suppose the position says that a human being should do something, but ...
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Is a philosophical position necessarily falsified when it cannot be maintained?

No. It's apparently called a tu quoque fallacy or "Just because you're a hypocrite doesn't mean you're wrong". Like an addict might tell you that taking drugs is bad for your health and ...
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