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Falsificationism revision notes

Falsificationism grew out of the weaknesses of verificationism. Karl Popper is
at the root of Falsificationism, he distinguished science from non science in his
book 'conjectures and refutations'. He stated "statements are scientific if our
empirical experiences could potentially falsify them" and "any theory that is
impossible…

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(represents the religious believer) still maintains faith in the stranger (who
represents God)
Mitchell is aware of the problems faith causes but at the same time it provides
strong qualities such as faith and trust, so it should not just be abandoned as
meaningless.

Wittgenstein-Language has meaning in the use…

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