- Verificationism is the view that a statement or question is only legitimate if there is . but because they go beyond what is needed to be empirically adequate.
- Verificationism and the Transition
- verificationism; indeed, it is usually regarded as incompatible with claimed that verificationism must be implicit in the Tractatus; and P. M.S.
- A DEFENSE OF VERIFICATIONISM
- In part two I formulate a verificationist principle different from. VCM that .
- IS QUINE A VERIFICATIONIST? Panu Raatikainen I Although Quine
- holist [such as Quine] need not reject verificationism, if it is suitably formulated. Indeed,. Quine often describes himself as a verificationist'.
- AN IDEA underlying verificationism and its contemporary
- AN IDEA underlying verificationism and its contemporary development, anti- realism, is that truth is constrained epistemically.
- Remembering Michael Dummett
- This paper and the whole issue of verificationism became the focus of my doctoral thesis. I was supervised by Freddie Ayer, but Michael was incredibly generous in helping me to get to grips with his ideas.
- Falsificationism and Verificationism « On Philosophy
- Jul 30, 2006 Verificationism is usually associated with the philosophy of language.
- Verificationism grouped meaningful declarative sentences into two categories.
- Feb 12, 2007 Verificationism. Curtis Brown.
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