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  • adv. In a knowable way.

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Examples

  • That's what Obama and his Wall Street economic advisers didn't do when they caved to the Republicans and Wall Street on the stimulus and backed an economic stimulus that was knowably too small to counteract the fall in employment resulting from the collapse of the housing bubble; and when they backed a health-care-reform bill whose benefits most people will only taste in the future.

    Robert Naiman: U.S. vs. Brazil: Lula Brought Home the Bacon for the Base

  • That's what Obama and his Wall Street economic advisers didn't do when they caved to the Republicans and Wall Street on the stimulus, and backed an economic stimulus that was knowably too small to counteract the fall in employment resulting from the collapse of the housing bubble; and when they backed a health care reform bill whose benefits most people will only taste in the future.

    Robert Naiman: US v. Brazil: Lula Brought Home the Bacon for the Base

  • (B) Something is knowably true only if (a) it happens; or (b) its causes are such that it, and it alone, will happen.

    Against Molinism: The Shorter Argument

  • We are still waiting for a reason to think anything else is knowably true.

    Against Molinism: The Shorter Argument

  • Any time you say something about someone else that is false, and knowably so that could harm their credibility, reputation, their relationships; even their legitimate ambitions, you are bearing false witness.

    Graphictruth

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