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“Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.” Marcus Aurelius
- What does it mean to say something is true or false?
- How can we prove something is true/ false?
Go through the table worksheet answering whether the statements are true/ false or have empirical evidence to support. Discuss answers
Ppt: Slides 1-7 covering the Logical Positivists, Ayer’s Verification and how this goes against the meaningfulness of religious language.
Students write an introduction for:
“Only Cognitive language is meaningful. Discuss”
Student’s work: cut and sticking the views of the different falsification arguments, adding further detail from text book and evaluating.
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