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Statement Vs Proposition Vs Premise Vs Assertion

The SEP entry on propositions has for its point-of-departure: The term ‘proposition’ has a broad use in contemporary philosophy. It is used to refer to some or all of the following: the primary ...
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Statement Vs Proposition Vs Premise Vs Assertion

A proposition is that which is true or false, but not true and false simultaneously. A proposition is beyond language. A statement is that which symbolizes a proposition, so a statement must be ...
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Statement Vs Proposition Vs Premise Vs Assertion

In order to keep things simple, as a first step I propose the following definitions: Statement = proposition: A sentence which can be either true or false. Assertion: Asserting a proposition means ...
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Is Karl Popper's falsificationism self-refuting?

No, Popper's falsificationism is not self-refuting. What does it mean for falsification to be self-refuting? Popper's point is a logical criterion applied in methodological naturalism. It is a tenet ...
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