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Dennis Francis Blewett
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10 votes
7 answers
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Is it a fallacy to argue "Once a thief, always a thief"?

3 votes
3 answers
143 views

If I know something, should I feel as though I have absolute certainty as to that thing?

3 votes
4 answers
286 views

Does choice exist?

2 votes
2 answers
69 views

What philosophers have touched upon the inability to qualify data as being representative of evidence in support of a scientific theory?

2 votes
1 answer
74 views

What is a succinct description of the problem of the criterion?

1 vote
1 answer
61 views

Relative to Quine's indeterminacy of translation thesis, was it ever resolved for a person to deduce what a scientific theory states?

1 vote
2 answers
205 views

If an argument cannot be known as sound, can it still be claimed as sound?

0 votes
0 answers
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Would my argument of knowledge being a social construct be a resolution to The Problem of the Criterion?

0 votes
5 answers
488 views

Do judges violate due process in their efforts to make a logical connection between would-be evidence and facts in question?

-1 votes
2 answers
63 views

Jurisprudence and logic: Is it a necessary criterion for a claim to be declared sound that there be no evidence to the contrary as to its soundness?

-2 votes
3 answers
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Can a trier-of-fact in a U.S.-based criminal trial overcome the observer's paradox in order to represent itself as an impartial trier-of-fact? [closed]