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Author: Nina Janich

, to show, to indicate, to support the hypothesis that, to be not in contradiction to, to have the strong feeling that ), außerdem modale Ausdrücke (z.B. could, probably, evidently, inconceivable, possibly, beyond any doubt ) sowie temporale (z.B. the present results/study; is, was, has been proven

In: Wissenschaftsreflexion

here at 10am today will be 158C; our observation says it is 208C. If the temperature could be both 158C and 208C, there would be no refutation here. To put it formally: there is no logical contradiction between ‘T ¼ 158C’ and ‘T ¼ 208C’, until we also put in the principle of single value, which gives

In: Wissenschaftsreflexion
Author: Benedikt Fait

often than predictions from an alternative hypothesis); it is accepted if its predictions are not contradicted; great confidence is attached to it if it has survived many opportunities for contradiction. Factual evidence can never “prove” a hypothesis; it can only fail to disprove it, which is what we

In: Kausalerklärungen in der Ökonomik
Author: Benedikt Fait

), then it would be the case that Evolution of the Universe = closed, and it is not a logical contradiction to say that the Big Bang = 2 ” (ebd.; Hervorhebungen i. O.). Hierzu schreibt er dann: “We seem to be able to provide a complete description of the causal information contained in the Big Bang

In: Kausalerklärungen in der Ökonomik