from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of being stated or expressed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective That can be stated
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- adjective Capable of being
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When I find statable rules of expertise with which it seems good to agree, I will apply them myself to determine who is and is not expert, in what way, and to what extent – if, indeed, expertise can be in any way partial.
When I find statable rules of expertise with which it seems good to agree, I will apply them myself to determine who is and is not expert, in what way, and to what extentif, indeed, expertise can be in any way partial. huh?
Mozart's thinking results in something playable, not statable;
For all these reasons, and for others less easily and briefly statable, I find the early morning to be my most ghostly time.
Properly formulated, it was a semantic principle concerning Ln that was statable only in its meta-language Ln+1.
However, in a second-order language, in which quantification over all properties (not just those for which the language contains predicates) is possible and Leibniz's Law is therefore statable, identity can be uniquely characterised.
Later in the nineteenth century, such a statement would have carried the implication that there exists a statable method for excluding acci - dent, or that the proof of common descent lies in the performance, in detail, of a consistent reconstruction.
States in the absence of a federal question, on the basis of no statable constitutional principle, but through the grace of what Justice
Such grounds, for rationalism, must consist of four things: (1) definitely statable abstract principles; (2) definite facts of sensation; (3) definite hypotheses based on such facts; and (4) definite inferences logically drawn.
It is the one statable revelation of truth which he is ready to stake his all upon.