Tuesday, November 27, 2007

6.1222 This throws light on the question why logical propositions cannot be confirmed by experience, any more than [just as little as] they can be confuted by experience. Not only must a proposition of logic be capable of confutation by no possible experience, but it must also not be confirmable by any such thing.

Because a proposition of logic is, as such, a mere combination of signs.

1 comment:

nono said...

I am researching to find an essay by Konstantin Kolenda that talks about standing up for human rights and dignity no matter what may come. This is loosely quoted but there is so little of Kolenda's work actually posted on the net. Does anyone have Kolenda's quote on this subject?
NOMO