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ABSTRACT. The confirmationist principle is false because there are factually meaningful statements which are neither observation-statements nor (dis)confirmable by observation statements. Even if the principle were true, it would not be of great value in sorting out factually meaningful statements from others.

 

Written by RICHARD SWINBURNE
 
 
 

 

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