unfalsifiable

Unfalsifiable vs Undisprovable - What's the difference?

unfalsifiable | undisprovable |


As adjectives the difference between unfalsifiable and undisprovable

is that unfalsifiable is (relating to a statement or argument) not able to be proven false, but not necessarily true while undisprovable is not able to be proven false, unfalsifiable.

Unfalsifiable vs Unfalsifiability - What's the difference?

unfalsifiable | unfalsifiability |


As an adjective unfalsifiable

is (relating to a statement or argument) not able to be proven false, but not necessarily true.

As a noun unfalsifiability is

the state or condition of being unfalsifiable.

Unfalsifiable vs Unfalsifiably - What's the difference?

unfalsifiable | unfalsifiably |


As an adjective unfalsifiable

is (relating to a statement or argument) not able to be proven false, but not necessarily true.

As an adverb unfalsifiably is

in an unfalsifiable way.

Unfalsifiable vs Ignosticism - What's the difference?

unfalsifiable | ignosticism |


As a adjective unfalsifiable

is (relating to a statement or argument) not able to be proven false, but not necessarily true.

As a noun ignosticism is

the philosophical position that beliefs regarding the existence or non-existence of god (capitalized) all assume too much, especially because there is not just one universal definition of the word "god" or because the concept of "god" is both unfalsifiable and unverifiable; also called "theological noncognitivism".

False vs Unfalsifiable - What's the difference?

false | unfalsifiable |


As adjectives the difference between false and unfalsifiable

is that false is untrue, not factual, factually incorrect while unfalsifiable is (relating to a statement or argument) not able to be proven false, but not necessarily true.

As a noun false

is one of two options on a true-or-false test.

As a adverb false

is not truly; not honestly; falsely.

Argument vs Unfalsifiable - What's the difference?

argument | unfalsifiable |


As a noun argument

is a fact or statement used to support a proposition; a reason.

As a adjective unfalsifiable is

(relating to a statement or argument) not able to be proven false, but not necessarily true.

Statement vs Unfalsifiable - What's the difference?

statement | unfalsifiable |


As a noun statement

is a declaration or remark.

As a verb statement

is to provide an official document of a proposition, especially in the uk a statement of special educational needs.

As a adjective unfalsifiable is

(relating to a statement or argument) not able to be proven false, but not necessarily true.