capable of being proven

capable of being proven
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  • provable — I adjective ascertainable, capable of being demonstrated, capable of being proven, capable of being shown, capable of positive proof, capable of proof, confirmable, deducible, demonstrable, determinable, discoverable, establishable, incontestable …   Law dictionary

  • Null hypothesis — For the periodical, see Null Hypothesis: The Journal of Unlikely Science. The practice of science involves formulating and testing hypotheses, assertions that are capable of being proven false using a test of observed data. The null hypothesis… …   Wikipedia

  • René Girard — (born December 25, 1923, Avignon, France) is a world renowned French historian, literary critic, and philosopher of social science. His work belongs to the tradition of anthropological philosophy. He is the author of several books (see below),… …   Wikipedia

  • testable — adjective a) Susceptible to being tested. b) With respect to the scientific method, capable of being proven true or false. Ant: untestable See Also: testability …   Wiktionary

  • falsifiable — adjective Logically capable of being proven false. The sentence It will rain tomorrow is falsifiable, while the sentence It is what it is is not. See Also: falsifiability, falsify, falsificationism …   Wiktionary

  • a matter of opinion — something not capable of being proven either way. → opinion …   English new terms dictionary

  • opinion — noun 1》 a view or judgement not necessarily based on fact or knowledge.     ↘the beliefs or views of a large number of people.     ↘an estimation of quality or worth: he had a high opinion of himself. 2》 Law a formal statement of reasons for a… …   English new terms dictionary

  • a matter of opinion — ► a matter of opinion something not capable of being proven either way. Main Entry: ↑opinion …   English terms dictionary

  • a matter of opinion — OPEN TO QUESTION, debatable, open to debate, a moot point. → opinion * * * a matter of opinion see under ↑opinion • • • Main Entry: ↑matter a matter of opinion A matter about which opinions differ • • • Main Entry: ↑opinion * * * something not… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Critique of Pure Reason — Part of a series on Immanuel …   Wikipedia

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