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Truth of ideas (theorem)

No idea can be intrinsically true. The truth of any idea is dependent on context. An idea is to be be refuted or proved by appropiate selection of parameters.

(This may be considered a personal dogma as defined).

The idea that no idea can be intrinsically true is indeed easily refutable as such, as up till now I haven't always been able to find possibilities of proof for ideas that are especially bound to be found wrong (or the other way round, having the 'obvious' refuted: see L90).

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