falsificationism

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falsification +‎ -ism

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falsificationism (uncountable)

  1. (epistemology) A scientific philosophy based on the requirement that hypotheses must be falsifiable in order to be scientific; if a claim is not able to be refuted it is not a scientific claim.

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