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- adj. That cannot be proved or verified by any test
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not capable of being proved, demonstrated, confirmed, or established. Also spelled unproveable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not provable
According to Dawkins, that makes science “one of the world’s great evils”, since scientists start with faith that certain unprovable assumptions are true; among others – the objective existence of the material universe, that is is governed by rational laws, the reliability of human reason, the reliability of observation.
Don't give me this load about degineration if you are going to make assertions such as, the * "unprovable" aspects of an open agenda, and expect no reply.
Postmodernism, a self-consciously "unprovable" theory, replaced formal structures with subjectivity.
"Postmodernism, a self-consciously" unprovable "theory, replaced formal structures with subjectivity.
A “feeling” is only an unprovable personal perception.
God is unprovable or maybe non-existent and the solar theory of global warming has been debunked.
Gödel started by taking one of those paradox-like statements: “This statement is unprovable.”
Note that when Dawkins says the existence of God is technically unprovable, he is not disagreeing with the statement made in God: The Failed Hypothesis that God does not exist beyond a reasonable doubt.
You seem to have spun off into la la land trying to prove an unprovable point.
The Latin means "for this," and it applies to any "pourquoi" explanation of things, given for the express purpose of supporting an otherwise unprovable hypothesis.
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