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That is, philosophy proceeds by making certain assumptions and examining their possible. Implications. Since the most interesting assumptions cannot be verified with certainty,. Neither by reason nor by observation, philosophy thus has inherent limitations. It can allow. One to examine the coherence of a set of beliefs, but it cannot prove or disprove the truth. Value of the foundational assumptions upon which belief systems rest. This in turn means. Verified.) This is not to say that. Observation can ev...

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That is, philosophy proceeds by making certain assumptions and examining their possible. Implications. Since the most interesting assumptions cannot be verified with certainty,. Neither by reason nor by observation, philosophy thus has inherent limitations. It can allow. One to examine the coherence of a set of beliefs, but it cannot prove or disprove the truth. Value of the foundational assumptions upon which belief systems rest. This in turn means. Verified.) This is not to say that. Observation can ev...
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That is, philosophy proceeds by making certain assumptions and examining their possible. Implications. Since the most interesting assumptions cannot be verified with certainty,. Neither by reason nor by observation, philosophy thus has inherent limitations. It can allow. One to examine the coherence of a set of beliefs, but it cannot prove or disprove the truth. Value of the foundational assumptions upon which belief systems rest. This in turn means. Verified.) This is not to say that. Observation can ev...

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