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Philosophy
Course
PHIL 105
Professor
Kirstie
Semester
Summer

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#2 OTV Every proposition cannot be both true and false e.g. The number of socks you have lost in the course of your life is even. Disagreement arises because 1. people understand the proposition differently: e.g. ‘Mary can’t play the piano.’ (a)‘Mary isn’t able to play today’; (b) ‘Mary hasn’t learned to play the piano.’ 2. Same sentence but different propositions: e.g. We both believe ‘Being cruel to animals is wrong’. But my understanding of what counts as cruelty to animals is so different from yours Fallibilism:
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