Tag Archives: perception

Statements, Meaning, and Analogies

Statement A: The river has crested. Statement B: The river has reached its highest point. Both statements describe the condition of a river. The two statements appear to say the same thing, and therefore — it is claimed — have … Continue reading

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Reply to Marc: Facts and Theories

E&E 2 This is my second Elucidation and Exegesis (E&E). In an earlier blog I wrote When we say “This is true” we imply that this statement is defensible, or reliable, therefore should not be questioned. I subsequently received a … Continue reading

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Truth and Truth Claims

E&E 1 The epigrammatic nature of my blog post Character of Science calls for elucidations and exegeses — E&Es — this being the first of several. My initial comments in Character of Science are about the interpretation of the much … Continue reading

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