incontrovertibility

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incontrovertibility (usually uncountable, plural incontrovertibilities)

  1. The state or characteristic of being incontrovertible, of not being debatable; incontestability.
    • 1941, A. H. Copeland, "Fundamental Concepts of the Theory of Probability," The American Mathematical Monthly, vol. 48, no. 8, part 1 (Oct), p. 525,
      It seems that in general the more nearly a theory approximates incontrovertibility, the more nearly does it approximate triviality.

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